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Old 06-11-2009, 07:55 PM   #451
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My TT-01 with 3racing chasis upgrade.



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Old 06-11-2009, 09:38 PM   #452
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New car, new electric setup.
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Hers a pic of my Phi.
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Come on, I hope this thread doesn't die off. Well here's mine I finished up last night. Didn't black it out like I usually would. Turned out alright.







My first 1/12 scale. Here's the Db12rr, isn't a recent install, but turned out okay.

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Mark506 that Phi looks really good!! I thought it was a T2009 at first, very nice
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Thanks man, yeah the orange is very similar.
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Hers a pic of my Phi.
Svelte And Stealth ... Very nice .
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The orange, you fooled me on that (NOT) the oo9.


umm,,, sumn happened with the multi quote .. sry
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Wished this thead was around when I had my tourer; I mightve still had it.



Definetely wouldve done something with the receiver and battery leads.
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Old 07-07-2009, 07:11 PM   #459
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Such a great thread. I really like to look at everyone elses cars and how they wired them up. Lots of great stuff in here.
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My TT-01 with 3racing chasis upgrade.
Is that one of Mafia's pit boards?
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Yes it is.. Got it last yr. He also sold me the 3racing chasis for the TT-01.
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I purchased replacement pins so I could shorten my servo wires to the receiver. The replacements pin require the use of a crimp tool. The pins are the metal pieces that go into the plastic tab the plugs into the receiver.

Does anyone know what type of crimp tool you would use for the servo wires and where to buy it?

Here is an example of what I'm talking about (http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXTSH2&P=ML)
Here is an article describing what I want to do (http://rcbuilder.com/lh_guide/shorte...ervo_wires.htm)
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I purchased replacement pins so I could shorten my servo wires to the receiver. The replacements pin require the use of a crimp tool. The pins are the metal pieces that go into the plastic tab the plugs into the receiver.

Does anyone know what type of crimp tool you would use for the servo wires and where to buy it?

Here is an example of what I'm talking about (http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXTSH2&P=ML)
Here is an article describing what I want to do (http://rcbuilder.com/lh_guide/shorte...ervo_wires.htm)

lol I just use needle nose pliers. I dont have a crimper, im sure its easier to use one. But you dont absolutely need one
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Does anyone know what type of crimp tool you would use for the servo wires and where to buy it?
http://www.aikencolon.com/Ideal-30-4...p_411-145.html
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Needle nose pliers would work, but I'm a bit anal about certain things. If I'm going to go through the trouble of reducing the length of the wires for my electronics, I don't want to risk failure from a poor connection.

I'm going to try a local Radio Shack and a Fry's Electronics and see what they have.
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