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    Don't worry, only modern tank has this function.
    TK20 web page: http://www.clark-model.com/eng/prod_rx20/index.html

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    Not really understanding this..

    When higher current track motors are used, such as 400/480 motor, power switch on battery cable path will not be able to handle, connect a switch cable (for example, HL Smoke Unit Switch Cable) to this port as power switch.

    I have done this already "Connect a switch cable (for example, HL Smoke Unit Switch Cable) to Switch Cable Port as power switch. Because HL tank already have power switch on battery cable, you can just to short Switch Cable Port's two pins or connect to a switch cable and keep it switched on."

    So a standard HL power switch on the battery feed can not work with 480's??

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    360 degree turret rotation on our RC conversion kit for Panda Hobby 1/16 Pz.Kpfw 38(t) Ausf.E/F.
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    Correct, not recommended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frantz70 View Post
    Not really understanding this..

    When higher current track motors are used, such as 400/480 motor, power switch on battery cable path will not be able to handle, connect a switch cable (for example, HL Smoke Unit Switch Cable) to this port as power switch.

    I have done this already "Connect a switch cable (for example, HL Smoke Unit Switch Cable) to Switch Cable Port as power switch. Because HL tank already have power switch on battery cable, you can just to short Switch Cable Port's two pins or connect to a switch cable and keep it switched on."

    So a standard HL power switch on the battery feed can not work with 480's??
    Yes, not recommended.
    TK20 web page: http://www.clark-model.com/eng/prod_rx20/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by clarkmodel View Post
    Yes, not recommended.
    What is recommended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frantz70 View Post
    What is recommended?
    380 stock HL motors

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    Wait you mean to say the standard bottom-hull on / off switch is a bad idea with bigger motors?

    I have never even once suspected or come close to having an issue in any of my tanks... hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strato50 View Post
    Wait you mean to say the standard bottom-hull on / off switch is a bad idea with bigger motors?
    Yes, according to the online manual, I would like clarkmodel to give a recommendation on just what to use.


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    TK35-38(t) for PANDA 1/16 38(t) preview


    We also have conversion kit for PANDA 1/16 38(t),
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    Conversion kit test(sound set is not 38(t))


    Here are conversion instructions.
    http://www.clark-model.com/eng/kit_116_38t/index.htm

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    Last edited by clarkmodel; 07-29-2014 at 03:37 AM.
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    You can use HL smoker switch, or switch that can handle 2A current @ 7V

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    Quote Originally Posted by strmnd54 View Post
    Another option is to use a "dc to dc step-up adjustable voltage regulator"...They are inexpensive and works very well...I've been using them to power the resistor element of my smoke units for a while...http://www.ebay.ca/itm/DC-DC-Adjusta...82e3cac&_uhb=1
    Here is test video of additional dc to dc step-up adjustable voltage regulator

    you can find motor "hummm.." noise is no longer noticeable when engine sound is on, and sound level is much higher than before. another advantage is that you can use 8-ohm speaker when audio amplifier is powered by 12V!

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    First dual axial GBS DEMO video
    TK20 web page: http://www.clark-model.com/eng/prod_rx20/index.html

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    That is really, really cool :P
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