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Old 09-19-2007, 08:08 AM   #1
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I'm trying out electric this winter and after being out of it for 10 years. Picked up a B4, LRP 7.5bl, and LRP ESC. And I'm not really sure what the small BLUE wire is for, (looks like antenna wire). What do I do with it?
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I think it connects to certain types of servos.
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I have a JR 9000s servo (spare for my truggy) in it right now. OVERKILL?
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I have a JR 9000s servo (spare for my truggy) in it right now. OVERKILL?
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the blue wire is a 7.2v feed for 7.2v servos.

if your servo does not have a 'matching' 'blue wire' and is just a regular 6v servo then double back the blue wire and heat-shrink it up.

you really don't want that blue wire touching anything it shouldn't!
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