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Old 12-23-2011, 04:38 PM
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TLR 22 with Viper RC speedo and motor, Spektrum radio and receiver and Xcelorin shorty lipo.
Have you had any issues with heat from the speedo? I am assuming you have it double sided taped on the battery. I have mine on the rear chasis brace and just can"t get it to where I like it, it just sits to high up
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Have you had any issues with heat from the speedo? I am assuming you have it double sided taped on the battery. I have mine on the rear chasis brace and just can"t get it to where I like it, it just sits to high up
No issues with heat at all its actually mounted on rear motor bulkhead that has been cut to fit
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Here is my B4.1. First shot at wiring in over 20 years.
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Old 12-25-2011, 06:59 AM
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Here is my B4.1. First shot at wiring in over 20 years.
Looks good.
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Here is my B4.1. First shot at wiring in over 20 years.
VERY SEXY!!
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Thread makes me jealous. Wish my soldering jobs were half as good lol. My Tekin RS Pro soldiering job looks like an abortion.....
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You must have been bored this weekend! Good job! Killed it!
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Wow very nice Randy.

Did you use a sharpie to get the wire leads Black?

Also what kind of transponder is that?
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Wow very nice Randy.

Did you use a sharpie to get the wire leads Black?

Also what kind of transponder is that?
The wires are dyed black, sharpie has a weird tint to it, looks like crap... It's a MRT transponder.
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that's a new one!! the shift from body on to body off is pretty cool.
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that's a new one!! the shift from body on to body off is pretty cool.
it looses a little quality in the image, but a fun one to do.
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I think i'm going to get a different motor to where I can solder the wires directly to; in order to clean it up a bit
hella nice depth of field makes it look like a mini!
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Originally Posted by Randy Caster View Post
The wires are dyed black, sharpie has a weird tint to it, looks like crap... It's a MRT transponder.
How do you dye the wires? It looks really clean!!! Nice job.
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