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Old 10-25-2011, 07:11 AM   #1531
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Old 10-25-2011, 07:12 AM   #1532
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What are those pieces on the rear body post??
They support the back of the body to help prevent body tucks.
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Old 10-25-2011, 08:15 AM   #1533
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Really, where can I get those at?
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Really, where can I get those at?
Ebay. Use the search term "Hi Down-Force Body Post". About $6/pair + shipping.

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Ebay. Use the search term "Hi Down-Force Body Post". About $6/pair + shipping.
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Old 10-25-2011, 06:35 PM   #1536
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question. for 17.5 blinky 2s, is 16ga enough for motor wires? using 12gauge but my esc is crammed right in the motors armpit pretty much on my tc5.
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Old 10-25-2011, 07:21 PM   #1537
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question. for 17.5 blinky 2s, is 16ga enough for motor wires? using 12gauge but my esc is crammed right in the motors armpit pretty much on my tc5.
I think 16 gauge is little light for 2S, even with a 17.5 motor. My 13 gauge is a great replacement for the stock esc wires....more than enough conductor plus it's thin and flexible.
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I think 16 gauge is little light for 2S, even with a 17.5 motor. My 13 gauge is a great replacement for the stock esc wires....more than enough conductor plus it's thin and flexible.
How about for 21.5, 2s, no boost? I just picked up some TQ wire in 13 and 16. The 16 was recommended to me for my F1. But after seeing the 16 I'm second guessing it. I've never used the TQ wire though. Nice and flexible!
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How about for 21.5, 2s, no boost? I just picked up some TQ wire in 13 and 16. The 16 was recommended to me for my F1. But after seeing the 16 I'm second guessing it. I've never used the TQ wire though. Nice and flexible!
I don't want to go "off topic" on Bob's thread and will send you a PM. Maybe continue this on my thread here if you like.
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redid the speedo wire but trying to pull it out of the rx i mangled it AGAIN so ill leave it alone until i get more blank futaba connectors to make a THIRD speedo lead.. sigh.

anyway, my TC5 with new motor and battery, rewired and ready for carpet season. gonna practice with it with boost, then just change the gear for blinky =)

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out of curiosity what chassis is this?
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out of curiosity what chassis is this?
i think it is Fujin Mchasis from 3racing
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out of curiosity what chassis is this?
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nice thank you.
Where can I get some black servo wire and black deans?
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nice thank you.
Where can I get some black servo wire and black deans?
tqwire.com for black servo wire.
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