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Old 09-27-2011, 05:57 PM   #1486
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How do you guys paint the servo wires? The look really good black
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How do you guys paint the servo wires? The look really good black
Sharpie or replace with black Tq wire.
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Paint pen works wonders, too.
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im sending you all my kits so you can do my wirings! lol! such a great job
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No problem, I take Visa, Mastercard and Cash. No personal checks. LOL

This is a great thread to see everyone's little secrets. Bob's the man.

I just wish I could paint like Roly (Ask Roly RC3 grafix thread). One can only wish.
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No problem, I take Visa, Mastercard and Cash. No personal checks. LOL

This is a great thread to see everyone's little secrets. Bob's the man.

I just wish I could paint like Roly (Ask Roly RC3 grafix thread). One can only wish.
No no! no secret here you guys makes these into a whole other hobby. Building is one thing but wiring the wiring i've seen just amazes me! id leave my body clear to show off ur wires cause these wiring look better then some paint jobs. lol
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great pictures!!!
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Old 09-28-2011, 10:12 PM   #1496
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Can I just say I don't like this thread right at this moment, if it weren't for this I never would have bothered doing a good wiring job and my car would have been done days ago. This takes a lot longer than it looks.





Still, had to take pictures of the new toy before i set it down to swap some paint. For a first try I didn't think it was so bad. Now if only my second motor plate had shown up and I could complete the fully boxed rear pod.
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Not my best install... but an excuse for showing off the new motor thats a little different!

Still trying to figure out whats the best way to install everything using one of these, although I won't play too much until the HW v3 is released :P

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what type of transponder is that and that motor does look very diffrent
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TryHard, nice clean layout. Where can I find more information on these motors? I did a search with what was on the motor label, but had no luck. How to they compare performance wise to other brands?

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Can I just say I don't like this thread right at this moment, if it weren't for this I never would have bothered doing a good wiring job and my car would have been done days ago. This takes a lot longer than it looks.




Still, had to take pictures of the new toy before i set it down to swap some paint. For a first try I didn't think it was so bad. Now if only my second motor plate had shown up and I could complete the fully boxed rear pod.
Why are you running a reciever pack? The LRP Stock Spec doesn't require a booster or a reciever pack?
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