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Old 06-23-2002, 09:17 AM   #1
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Default P2K2 Pro Installation

This is my first electric. I am installing a P2K2 Pro on my TC3 F.T.
and I have some questions:

The P2k2 has 4 motor tabs, two of them have the brushes solder to them. Do I use the other two tabs to solder the ESC wires or do I have to use the same tabs the brushes are soldered to ?.

Does the positive motor tab has to go in a particular side of te car ?
If you have pictures of the P2K2 Pro installed, I will like to see them. Thanks for your help.
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Old 06-23-2002, 09:49 AM   #2
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all motors are basically the same~~
doesn't really matter which side you solder the wires onto as long as the positive wire goes to the positive side and negative wire goes to the negative side~
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for best results solder your leads to the side w/ the brushes attached. then just make sure your red wire in on the + side of the motor.
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