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Old 03-02-2011, 12:49 PM   #1306
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Here's my attempt, need to shorten up the Orange motor wire, and possibly the rx pack wires too, but didn't have time.




Close up of the speedo/rx:

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Old 03-06-2011, 11:58 AM   #1307
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Old 03-06-2011, 05:51 PM   #1308
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Someone took notes from the AE boys, nice!
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Old 03-09-2011, 07:12 PM   #1309
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Still need a sensor. Paint pen, black wires, and installing transponder are on the to-do list.

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Old 03-09-2011, 08:39 PM   #1310
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heres a shot of mine finally. An old Yokomo shaft drive, still race this car weekly.
yes. yes. YES!
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Old 03-09-2011, 08:46 PM   #1311
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I love that shaft drive
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Old 03-10-2011, 05:50 AM   #1312
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by request, a repost!!!
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Old 03-13-2011, 06:16 AM   #1313
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Here's my attempt after teaching myself to solder. A compromise between conveniences and tidiness.
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:27 AM   #1314
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My TC6....
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My TC6....
I have my ESC and motor the way you have it but what I realized is the esc is really close to the metal can which is conductive. Do you have something in between the esc posts and the motor to prevent any shorts or damage?
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I have my ESC and motor the way you have it but what I realized is the esc is really close to the metal can which is conductive. Do you have something in between the esc posts and the motor to prevent any shorts or damage?
Yes i do. You can just about see some heat shrink on one of the solder posts? Just a little tube to slot over them.
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My TC6....
The first time that you get nerf'd hard on the left side, that reciever is going to have a very bad day.
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Old 03-13-2011, 05:33 PM   #1318
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i can say that this is my BEST compact electronics mount on a 1/36 , 1/40++, and 1/72 scale ;



Electronics include;

- 3 wire to 5 Wire Servo Control board conversion
- 3 Channel 2.4Ghz receiver
- Eflite Dual Mode Heading Hold / Standard Rate Gyro
- 10A Brushless ESC
- 10300KV Brushless Motor
- 3S Lipo Battery - yup. It runs on 3S with a Low Mount COG placement.


and with all that electronics/batteries in place, i can still mount the stock shell;





And here is my electronics mount on a 1/72 Scale

- 2.4Ghz Fully proportional Steering and throttle control with LED lights



With the stock shell placed;





and a DIE Cast 1/40++ 2.4Ghz Fully Proportional Ferrari with functioning brake lights;





with the stock shell on;



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... amazing.
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i can say that this is my BEST compact electronics mount on a 1/36 , 1/40++, and 1/72 scale ;



Electronics include;

- 3 wire to 5 Wire Servo Control board conversion
- 3 Channel 2.4Ghz receiver
- Eflite Dual Mode Heading Hold / Standard Rate Gyro
- 10A Brushless ESC
- 10300KV Brushless Motor
- 3S Lipo Battery - yup. It runs on 3S with a Low Mount COG placement.


and with all that electronics/batteries in place, i can still mount the stock shell;





And here is my electronics mount on a 1/72 Scale

- 2.4Ghz Fully proportional Steering and throttle control with LED lights



With the stock shell placed;





and a DIE Cast 1/40++ 2.4Ghz Fully Proportional Ferrari with functioning brake lights;





with the stock shell on;



I wish I could play those cars in my class when I was high school ..
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