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Old 04-22-2004, 06:18 PM   #10171
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OH DUDE! You gotta hook me up with some of the red cvd bones! Man I just shipped your stuff and I forgot to put my outdrives in there.
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Old 04-22-2004, 06:18 PM   #10172
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hey randy can you post a pic of the bit you used so I know exactly what to look for when I go to the store. Knowing the bit number is good and all I just want to know exactly what is looks like. Thanks
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Old 04-22-2004, 06:48 PM   #10174
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Yeah its all good. Ran it on sunday and it was GOOD!!
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Cool, I hope the sorex tires will work at sheldons on saturday cause I don't want to buy no takeoff tires. Hope the traction is ok.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:03 PM   #10176
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OH DUDE! You gotta hook me up with some of the red cvd bones! Man I just shipped your stuff and I forgot to put my outdrives in there.
Those are trick, huh? I'll get in contact with the guy that can do em and see what he charges.
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hey randy can you post a pic of the bit you used so I know exactly what to look for when I go to the store. Knowing the bit number is good and all I just want to know exactly what is looks like. Thanks
I let a friend borrow the bit so I cant get any pics right now. I posted exactly what it was a while back, anyone save that post?
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Those are trick, huh? I'll get in contact with the guy that can do em and see what he charges.
any idea what he does to them?
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any idea what he does to them?
only an idea... cant say for sure.
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hey guys,

for the LRP Quatium 2 the one + wire goes to the battery and the motor, but how or what tech, should i use to do it?


is it as simple as -= with no cover or do i shrink wrape it.

Hey xxx- bill what did you use?
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hey guys,

for the LRP Quatium 2 the one + wire goes to the battery and the motor, but how or what tech, should i use to do it?


is it as simple as -= with no cover or do i shrink wrape it.

Hey xxx- bill what did you use?
----l like that. just cut a little square and solder a piece to go to the motor
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so do you go red straight to the batt and than off the bat go to the motor.

Or im i makeing the split before it goes to the batt and motor.


or do i take some raw wire make a square and from that square go to motor and batt.


Sorry for being a dumb dumb.



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hey guys,

for the LRP Quatium 2 the one + wire goes to the battery and the motor, but how or what tech, should i use to do it?


is it as simple as -= with no cover or do i shrink wrape it.

Hey xxx- bill what did you use?
I stripped off approx 3/8" of insulation from the wire and laid the other wire next to it to solder both together ("Y-connection"). Then slid shrink wrap onto it to dress it up. Easy!
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Sweet,

Thanks guys.
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so do you go red straight to the batt and than off the bat go to the motor.

Or im i makeing the split before it goes to the batt and motor.


or do i take some raw wire make a square and from that square go to motor and batt.


Sorry for being a dumb dumb.

Made a nice arch with the red wire from the ESC over to the motor (my wires are facing the tunnel). Wanted to have about 4" of wire from ESC to motor (+) terminal. At about 1-1/2" above the ESC, I stripped 3/8" of the insulation off that same red wire. I laid the cutoff piece of red wire against the stripped piece of wire and soldered away. This add-on wire is laid in such a way as to be pointing where I wanted it to go...towards the battery.

Then slid the shrink wrap on to cover the connection.

Being smart smart for checking first...he, he...
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