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Old 12-09-2013, 12:57 AM   #9826
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Yes, I want to see some ideas for this as well I always had a problem with clean wiring
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Old 12-09-2013, 02:47 AM   #9827
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Check out this thread for inspirations:
Inspire us. Show me your BEST, CLEANEST electronics installation pics.
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Old 12-09-2013, 03:04 AM   #9828
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ive sifted through about 50 pages and didnt find much only a few recent cars most are 1/12 scales and older cars some micros stuff like that so ya i was specifically wondering about the tc 6 and up
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Old 12-09-2013, 06:37 AM   #9829
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If I start from the last page going to older pages I find Tamiyas, XRays, Awesomatix and two or three TC6.1. For example on page 159 and 160. As all the cars are very similar in layout, you should find a lot of inspiration...
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If I start from the last page going to older pages I find Tamiyas, XRays, Awesomatix and two or three TC6.1. For example on page 159 and 160. As all the cars are very similar in layout, you should find a lot of inspiration...
salt water and water are similar only if you drink salt water you dehydrate yourself. the air we breath and the air in space are similar except you cant breathe in space...

and i only looked thru the first 50 not the last 50 but my wiring on the car is more efficient than that, and it could get better thats all thanks for looking those up though checked them out not impressed in the least
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Old 12-09-2013, 10:39 AM   #9831
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Please share your wiring techniques with us. Some of the work I found in the mentioned thread is awesome, but you aren't impressed at all. So please show us the "light" I would be glad to learn how to improve my wiring.
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Old 12-09-2013, 02:22 PM   #9832
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Please share your wiring techniques with us. Some of the work I found in the mentioned thread is awesome, but you aren't impressed at all. So please show us the "light" I would be glad to learn how to improve my wiring.
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Old 12-10-2013, 02:25 PM   #9833
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The major surgery is done still needs a few things and wire two way taped down
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Noob question, what are the numbers on the turnbuckle end for? New to AE cars. And yes, I did a search but was unable to find the answer.
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just the part number no reason
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The major surgery is done still needs a few things and wire two way taped down
So you're telling me you saw posts like these:

TC6.1 WC
TC6.1 WC #2
TC6.1 WC #3

..and the list goes on as you go back through the thread, but you thought they weren't as good as the one you posted? Well, ok...

Here is mine, pretty messy by the standards of what is linked above, but I don't like cutting wires:



Also, the numbers are on the turnbuckles to indicate what mold the pieces came from. Nothing to do with part numbers.
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looks good you should have posted yours best that ive seen on here I think you mentioned those before what I asked for was a super clean super minial wiring job

On a different note how are those aluminum screws in the top deck and bulkheads holding up? Do you have them on he underside of your car and how do you like your orca motor? 1

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So you're telling me you saw posts like these:

TC6.1 WC
TC6.1 WC #2
TC6.1 WC #3

..and the list goes on as you go back through the thread, but you thought they weren't as good as the one you posted? Well, ok...

Here is mine, pretty messy by the standards of what is linked above, but I don't like cutting wires:



Also, the numbers are on the turnbuckles to indicate what mold the pieces came from. Nothing to do with part numbers.
I personally liked the third one.
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Yupp! Very impressive how all the wires towards the receiver are hidden
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:58 AM   #9840
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Does anyone have or know where I can find a setup for VTA for aTC6.1. I run carpet with tight turns and I'm trying to get my car to roll through the turns better. Thanks
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