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Old 06-12-2010, 05:21 PM   #916
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Here's my Mi4 that I just finished redoing once again. Changed from the LRP SPX to the Tekin RS Pro.


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Old 06-13-2010, 12:39 AM   #917
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Here's my Mi4 that I just finished redoing once again. Changed from the LRP SPX to the Tekin RS Pro.


tight and neat
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Old 06-18-2010, 10:14 PM   #918
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for Motor fans attached to heat sinks...push or pull?
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Old 06-18-2010, 10:34 PM   #919
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Push, then the air is directed at the can, pulling air will take it from all over the place.
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Here's my Mi4 that I just finished redoing once again. Changed from the LRP SPX to the Tekin RS Pro.


Thats nice brah!!
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Old 06-21-2010, 05:30 PM   #921
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Cpt.America, you can 'hide' the coiled wires if you fold them into tight box like shapes. like of a 3/4"-1" long and then put a black shrink wrap around them. then you get something like the stack i got behind my servo:

dont look at the rest of the wiring, done this completely different when my Tekin RS came in a while agoo...

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Old 06-22-2010, 11:04 PM   #922
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I found some Pink Deans Ultra wires in my box so I decided to do some rewiring and add a fan.











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I found some Pink Deans Ultra wires in my box so I decided to do some rewiring and add a fan.











WOOOW amazingly clean and neat
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Very neat wirings, but what about the balance of the car. I see the fairly heavy esc's positioned right beside the heavy motors. Wouldn't this place more weight on the left rear corner compared to the other three corners?
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Where do you get those rear bodypost type supports? I've looked everywhere! thx
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Where do you get those rear bodypost type supports? I've looked everywhere! thx
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Very neat wirings, but what about the balance of the car. I see the fairly heavy esc's positioned right beside the heavy motors. Wouldn't this place more weight on the left rear corner compared to the other three corners?
Not quite dead center forwad and back, but close enough for my liking. I don't know about the other ESCs weights, but the RS Pro is tiny and doesn't weigh much at all.





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Where do you get those rear bodypost type supports? I've looked everywhere! thx
I got mine from RCMarket.
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Not quite dead center forwad and back, but close enough for my liking. I don't know about the other ESCs weights, but the RS Pro is tiny and doesn't weigh much at all.







I got mine from RCMarket.
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lol, a pink TRF416 with some xray parts
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lol, a pink TRF416 with some xray parts
Shut up you dutch fool ;-) ;-) ;-) Go fix your ORANGE screws in your Tamiya

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