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Old 01-11-2010, 10:03 PM   #766
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Maybe not the cleanest but I'm happy with it as this is my 1st attempt.

Tamiya plugs will be gone soon then I can fix that part up a little more.

Also once I have settled on the gear that I'm going to run I'll more than likely give it anther going over as well.
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Old 01-12-2010, 07:22 AM   #767
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Tamiya plugs will be gone soon then I can fix that part up a little more.
Get those plugs out of there and your good to go man, good first job dude!
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Old 01-12-2010, 10:54 AM   #768
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Found this in the chat lounge. I nominate this vehicle for Car of the Year! I'm serious.
My E-buggy looked like that, but it was after my ESC melted down and took everything with it. Now I know that Speed Passion has purple smoke.
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Old 01-12-2010, 01:50 PM   #769
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My first attempt .....maybe can do better....pls give some suggestion..
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Get those plugs out of there and your good to go man, good first job dude!
Maybe with people complaining about how fast stock is now with new ESC technology we can start a new class called "The Tamiya Plug Class" . Everyone would be limited by their how much current those plugs can take. Instead of melting motors and speedies all the time, peoples Tamiya plugs will be going up in smoke! A cheaper alternative if you ask me.
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Maybe with people complaining about how fast stock is now with new ESC technology we can start a new class called "The Tamiya Plug Class" . Everyone would be limited by their how much current those plugs can take. Instead of melting motors and speedies all the time, peoples Tamiya plugs will be going up in smoke! A cheaper alternative if you ask me.
I quite like that idea. When you think about it the plug would end up being more limiting than any other rules they may come up with. That is until someone fills it with dialectic grease and solves the problem.

I must say though I did notice that I seemed to pick up a little more RPM once I changed the plugs.
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my car..nothing special, but solid
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Very nice. Which car is that? Photon? That sure looks like a rubber band for your rear belt!
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Looks retty clean. I think its a Photon yes. But you have no weigths on it :P



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your servo mount is the special thing there.
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When I smell my skin burning, it's all this channel's fault... Young fella felt he needed to clean up his act like ya'll... we tried.

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First off-road setup I've done. Spektrum receiver will go right in-front of the motor to balance out. There's about 4 chassis mods I've made, try to find them



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After checking this thread, Ive realized that I must work hard in my Cup Racer to get my electronics this clean. Great topic.
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