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Old 03-10-2012, 12:18 PM
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:51 PM
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Hello, my semi-clean wiring

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Hello, my semi-clean wiring

looks great! did you use KO propo pink wires?
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Thanks. No just the red wires that came with the Nosram esc.
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So, here's my 2012 car, wich will also go to the worlds I think.







The Carbon like last year, I enjoyed doing it, so...




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Robert I gotta know how you did the edge of the chassie like that I have done the sharpie and glue thing but that looks sick
Bravo very nice job all the way
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Old 03-11-2012, 08:44 PM
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Here's my freshly built TC6.1. Probably nothin special to some of you but i'm proud of it

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Great job man, it looks really nice
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super clean build man be very proud of it
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Old 03-12-2012, 02:14 AM
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My VDF - Can be neater, but after alll the inspiration in this thread i had to give it a go. Motor is Xerun 10.5T Sensored 60A combo



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Hey Guys, just finished this one, this was my spare from 2008, a nib xray t2'008 at the beginning of last night, now its built with exotek chassis and lipo pads for the top deck. Did the wiring as cleanly as possible without shortening anything except motor and battery leads (dads wishes) as well as no black wire, he likes to be able to tell whats what picture below! -Randy

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Originally Posted by Robert_K View Post
So, here's my 2012 car, wich will also go to the worlds I think.







The Carbon like last year, I enjoyed doing it, so...




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Ahhhhhhrrrrrggggggg it driving me nuts I gotta know how to do this
To the edge of my chassie I have a new 6.1 kit sitting that I want to run VTA
With but if I build it I will never take at all back apart to do this

I have looked every where for a paint marker this color and nothing
Do you CA glue the edge after?
Mix it wit the glue ?
Ooooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Somebody help
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Ahhhhhhrrrrrggggggg it driving me nuts I gotta know how to do this
To the edge of my chassie I have a new 6.1 kit sitting that I want to run VTA
With but if I build it I will never take at all back apart to do this

I have looked every where for a paint marker this color and nothing
Do you CA glue the edge after?
Mix it wit the glue ?
Ooooooooooooooaaaaaaaaaaaaa. Somebody help
I don know a lot but you seem desperate so here goes. In this thread roughly 25plus pages back and I mean plus! You will find instructions I'm pretty sure I remember seeing it. You first need to sand the edges round and I believe it is a Dubro sticker material used for planes laid on the beveled edge of the chassis and the excess trimmed away with a hobby knife. (I think if I remember correctly) I know I'm close!
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My VDF - Can be neater, but after alll the inspiration in this thread i had to give it a go. Motor is Xerun 10.5T Sensored 60A combo



So where did you score that rear diffuser?
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I've sanded the chassis, then put some FasKolor Blue on the edges, and then a thin CA. The CA give's a bright shine on the fasky blue....

To bad, the paint chips off sometimes.

Regards Robert

Wheelman thanks daaaa
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