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Old 02-12-2006, 11:28 AM   #1
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I have a Associated LRP AI Automatic Bullet Reverse ESC that I am trying to connect to my Epic Shock motor, right now it has bullet connectors but i don't have and female ends and we are racing today! what would be a good way to get around this, just cut them off and strip the wire and soder that directly to the motor?
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well if you have a soddring iron just sodder it drectly on the motor. Thats the best way i can think of. Or just try to run to the hobbystore and buy some. If you are racing today i woulndnt race intell you get thos on good. wouldnt want you to blow some thing
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do you know if i am going to have to sodder capacitors on it too? And did you mean sodder the bullet connectors straight to the motor?
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anyone know?
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The Epic Shock already has installed capacitors, so no need to install more. You should cut of the bullet connectors and solder the motor leads directly to the motor. Hope this helps
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thanks it does, is there a site on the internet that has pictures and has set by step instructions?
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This should help you
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