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Old 01-06-2005, 10:23 AM   #46
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Oh i see now.. I was wrong. Hmmm... Its going to take ages to order batteries from hong kong.

Shit and that means I'll have to get a new charger too... GRR!

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Ok I have just been looking at batteries and I am lost. I was running 4xAA 2300 batteries but all the flat packs I look at look like they have many more batteries and I am guessing they are for ep cars.

Could someone do me a favour and give me a like to what I would need on say rcmart.com or another site? Also I need a wall charger for the batteries too.

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Old 01-06-2005, 10:41 AM   #47
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Oh i see now.. I was wrong. Hmmm... Its going to take ages to order batteries from hong kong.

Shit and that means I'll have to get a new charger too... GRR!

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Ok I have just been looking at batteries and I am lost. I was running 4xAA 2300 batteries but all the flat packs I look at look like they have many more batteries and I am guessing they are for ep cars.

Could someone do me a favour and give me a like to what I would need on say rcmart.com or another site? Also I need a wall charger for the batteries too.
Here is the type of battery you need
5 cell receiver battery
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these packs are called reciever packs. it would be better to purchase a reciever pack charger that is powered by 12 volts as it allows faster charging. and you can then re-use it to charge your transmitter batteries but using the 4 aa's battery holder that you used as a reciever pack. this will also charger your transimitter batteries quicker

also all of this shuold be brought at your LHS about the same price as overseas if you add shipping and all that.
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Old 01-07-2005, 12:10 AM   #49
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Awesome thanks guys
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i just got the fw-05s i got a 2 spped with it i need to no how to get the ld pilot shaft off is it a left hand thread if not how do i stop the motor fron turnig thanks brett
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Its right hand thread so you will be turning it counter-clockwise to get it off. A few different ways to stop the engine from turning but the best is to hold the flywheel. They make a tool for it but I use channel locks.
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