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Old 02-12-2009, 08:51 AM
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are there any water proof setups because that would be compleet beast and if not some one better make one soon
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Anytime you waterproof something you retain all the heat from the electronics. Most are failry "water resistant" to start out.

What's the application?
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Traxxas does
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Originally Posted by Randy_Pike View Post
What's the application?
i dont know a lot of stuff
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Originally Posted by badassrevo View Post
Traxxas does
what does traxxas have
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velineon is compeatly water proof
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Water "resistant".... means if you accidentally go through a puddle you wont damage the ESC... but there still the motor.. the car's bearings.. etc...

Water and R/C cars don't mix..



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http://www.hobbywing.com/english/Art...?ArticleID=436

http://www.finedesignrc.com/motorsne...eesccombos.asp

(the L series seems good,)
on both of them, the mentioned waterproof. that's a good thing.

try these...
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