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Old 07-12-2007, 12:22 PM   #1
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Okay so I've recently bought a Tamiya TG10-MK.2... Now I wanted to start this hobby the hard way with buying a non RTR kit. Since i'm a newb I don't really know how this works, so I have a question. I have no problems understanding the instruction and the theory of the way it functions. But I was wondering if I put this kit together without the receiver and servos (both steering, and throttle) will I have trouble putting them in if the kit is already assembled without them. (will I have to remove parts to put these in, and then put the parts back on)

Thanks, Rav
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HI

Okay so I've recently bought a Tamiya TG10-MK.2... Now I wanted to start this hobby the hard way with buying a non RTR kit. Since i'm a newb I don't really know how this works, so I have a question. I have no problems understanding the instruction and the theory of the way it functions. But I was wondering if I put this kit together without the receiver and servos (both steering, and throttle) will I have trouble putting them in if the kit is already assembled without them. (will I have to remove parts to put these in, and then put the parts back on)

Thanks, Rav
The short answer is Yes and Yes. But trust me, from one newb to another, you will be pulling the car apart several time during the build. And it is good to get to know your car.

Good luck with your build and don't hesitate to ask questions. People will help on this board
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