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Old 11-02-2012, 02:32 AM
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Hey Doriyaa, what did you use to get the braided lines look? That is freaking cool.
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Old 11-02-2012, 05:27 AM
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Its 8mm size expandable sleeving from hobbyking. Its in the heatshrink section
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Old 11-02-2012, 06:10 PM
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:23 AM
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Old 11-03-2012, 08:39 AM
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You people make some sick looking wiring jobs. I just don't have the skills to hide the damn servo/ESC wires like you guys do it. Mine are always some fugly ass colors and all over the place. You guy's servo's sometimes don't even look like they have wires!


The expandable mesh is a great tip though, I'm wanting to consolidate my motor wiring into just one tube and have as little of the wire as is possible visible when it's done.
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Thank you for posting my pics for me! I am not good with computers and the first time i tried to post it did not show the pics so i deleted and inserted the link in hopes that would take people to the pictures.
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Originally Posted by Xenolance View Post
You people make some sick looking wiring jobs. I just don't have the skills to hide the damn servo/ESC wires like you guys do it. Mine are always some fugly ass colors and all over the place. You guy's servo's sometimes don't even look like they have wires!


The expandable mesh is a great tip though, I'm wanting to consolidate my motor wiring into just one tube and have as little of the wire as is possible visible when it's done.
black sharpies are your friend when trying to get rid of all the colors on the wires. Thats all i did, aside from shortening the wires. I personally would rather open the case on the electronics and unsolder, cut, and resolder the wires to the board using a fine tip iron and then color them black before i close the case back up, this makes for a very clean look. I have seen way better ones on here for sure though!
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Old 11-06-2012, 11:27 PM
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Thank you for posting my pics for me! I am not good with computers and the first time i tried to post it did not show the pics so i deleted and inserted the link in hopes that would take people to the pictures.
No problem
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My T4 all ready to run for the first time tomorrow.
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Here's my Xray T4.
Probably my best wiring job so far.
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Here's my Xray T4.
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