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    So I have all these wires. Where do they go??

    Hi first if this is the wrong section for this sorry , I thought more would see it here.
    So this is what I have to work with. Came with the tank as is.
    I know nothing
    I figured where the batt goes and the turret charging port , machine gun and head lights
    The rest is a mystery
    Can someone who knows this stuff take a look at the photos and tell me if it's worth proceeding or should I just order a Clark board and a wire set and start from scratch? Also I have no controller for the tank will any heng long one work?


    Those are the overview pics of everything but the smoke unit and motors.
    It's a DBC-RCv2 battle system and Heng Long multi function unit w fan.
    Here are a few close up photos.




    Any help is appreciated , even of you can just direct me to a good source to read etc.
    this is my first try at this stuff. Cheers Mark

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    Here is some info on the DBC2. This looks like a DBC2 from Phil

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    Get the DBC2 hooked up to your tank and working before you mess around with the asiatam recoil The Speaker wire from the DBC2 needs to be hooked into the RX18 as demonstrated below.

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    Here is the link to the instruction manual. This will help you understand the DBC2 and how you hook it up to your receiver.

    http://darkith.dyndns.org/~darkith/f...RC2HL_inst.pdf

    As I mentioned get this all working, before you tackle the Aisatam unit. I remember having to just about rewire the whole asiatam unit to get it to work..
    Last edited by YHR; 07-28-2014 at 10:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YHR View Post
    Here is some info on the DBC2. This looks like a DBC2 from Phil

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	RX18v2.jpg 
Views:	31 
Size:	172.1 KB 
ID:	2018186Click image for larger version. 

Name:	C30C7AC6-3671-47E8-8477-C920859EAA20_zpskckktuto.jpg 
Views:	33 
Size:	153.4 KB 
ID:	2018185

    Get the DBC2 hooked up to your tank and working before you mess around with the asiatam recoil The Speaker wire from the DBC2 needs to be hooked into the RX18 as demonstrated below.

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	9474921.jpg 
Views:	27 
Size:	36.6 KB 
ID:	2018187

    Here is the link to the instruction manual. This will help you understand the DBC2 and how you hook it up to your receiver.

    http://darkith.dyndns.org/~darkith/f...RC2HL_inst.pdf

    As I mentioned get this all working, before you tackle the Aisatam unit. I remember having to just about rewire the whole asiatam unit to get it to work..
    thanks Dan , I have been looking it over, there is actually a wire from the rx18 that hooks right into the dbc2 so someone already took care of that for me, there is also another one coming right out of the side next to it, I will have to figure out what that one is for. Lots to learn.cheers mark


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