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Old 07-28-2011, 10:54 PM   #1456
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here is an old picture of one of my cars. i wish i took a better pic
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Old 07-28-2011, 10:58 PM   #1457
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here is an old picture of one of my cars. i wish i took a better pic
very nice.
but how to change the colour of metal parts from blue to green?
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Old 07-29-2011, 07:52 AM   #1458
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here is an old picture of one of my cars. i wish i took a better pic
f'ing gorgeous, right down to the pt mounting. (that's gotta look great with your usual paint too).

(and that's a good pic considering dirla took it.)
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f'ing gorgeous, right down to the pt mounting. (that's gotta look great with your usual paint too).

(and that's a good pic considering dirla took it.)
lol...good point..RC50
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Finally doing a rebuild on the T3R, I have been driving it awhile, and after I pulled the electronics out I realized wires loose and a barely holding on cap.. SO I was like, I mise well shorten some wires and send the Tekin in to get freshened up a bit I really want to go speed passion on the ESC and use the tekin for something else since were running no timing or boost 17.5, notice the large pinion Anyways, here are a couple...



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heres my 417

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Old 08-05-2011, 08:32 AM   #1462
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Old 08-05-2011, 09:41 AM   #1463
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Very nice Orion gear but what's up with the Phillips screws on the next gen motors nice ESC!
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Finally doing a rebuild on the T3R, I have been driving it awhile, and after I pulled the electronics out I realized wires loose and a barely holding on cap.. SO I was like, I mise well shorten some wires and send the Tekin in to get freshened up a bit I really want to go speed passion on the ESC and use the tekin for something else since were running no timing or boost 17.5, notice the large pinion Anyways, here are a couple...

Why do you have the purple things under the screws ??
Is it just for show , or is it part of a screw kit ??

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Why do you have the purple things under the screws ??
Is it just for show , or is it part of a screw kit ??

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They are counter sunk washers, Just for show
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They are counter sunk washers, Just for show
I'll have to get some...Xray orange of course.
My T3R looks a bit bland without them.....
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With the servo wires, which end do you guys shorten them at and do shorter wires make any difference to performance or heat?
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i always shorten at the servo end, i doubt any difference in terms of performance or heat tbh

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Here's my little try at it. The batt is killing me I don't know why pics get burry after resize


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is that a team magic?
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