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Old 11-22-2008, 06:07 PM   #1
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okay i have a nice electric tc3, i got a novack speed controler and 8.5 burshless system today for it.

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i know the steering servo plugs into the steeering channel, okay witch one does the wire coming out of the speed controler go into to? throttle?> or battery slot? it is a spekturm receiver.

please help me thanks.


my first eletric car i am setting up from parts i am a nitro guy please help thank you.




once i learn this i will be able to get it going,
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Should plug right into your 2nd channel slot or your throttle channel.
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It plugs into the throttle slot of the receiver. Enjoy!
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Yeah, as they say the throttle plug also powers up the Rx, in some cases as when you're using Tamiya's TEU101BK ESC Unit, separate wires will come... One for the throttle and one to power up the Rx...
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Guys thnak you Very much now i can get some two sided servo tape fasten down the receiver and S/C charge up a pak and see how it runs.
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Guys thnak you Very much now i can get some two sided servo tape fasten down the receiver and S/C charge up a pak and see how it runs.
try using sho-goo,it is great for that use!
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try using sho-goo,it is great for that use!


thank you!!! is it hard to remove it if you need to?>
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