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Old 01-10-2008, 02:42 PM   #1
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Default Orion 19T installation problems

i have an HPI E10 Drift and i just bought an Orion 19T. however i am confused. do i connect the wires to the screws or the tabs next to the screws. if i connect them to the tabs, what do i do with that fact that i only have 2 wires coming of my sc and 4 tabs on the motor. thanks guys.
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i have an HPI E10 Drift and i just bought an Orion 19T. however i am confused. do i connect the wires to the screws or the tabs next to the screws. if i connect them to the tabs, what do i do with that fact that i only have 2 wires coming of my sc and 4 tabs on the motor. thanks guys.
Use the tabs. Obviously red to + and black to -. Dont worry about having 4 tabs, that just allows the motor to be oriented several ways.

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