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06-21-2020, 12:44 AM
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Posted By maxwolfie

Thank you.

Thank you.
06-20-2020, 04:28 AM
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Posted By maxwolfie

Screwdrivers, hex drivers and nut drivers

So I’ve got a set of Bondhus L hex wrenches. I love them for general use but for RC I think I’d prefer the screwdriver style.

To be honest I think I’d prefer to buy from a quality “general” tool...
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Posted By maxwolfie

VRX Racing 1:8 Cobra (truggy) and Cobra Blast (SCT) vehicles

RH817 - Brushed truggy
RH818 - Brushless truggy

RH819 - Brushed SCT
RH820 - Brushless SCT

Official: ???????????? (http://vrx-racing.com/wapen/products.php?page=1&dlm=7)
Video:...
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Posted By maxwolfie

Best choice around $100 USD?

Hi all,

Can someone suggest some decent options for around $100 USD?

Must have:
4WD
Parts availability
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Views: 884
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Offroad rear rim/tyre combo - Team C TR02T/Associated. RC10

I've worn the kit tyres down so that they are almost bald, so I was hoping to keep them to continue to use them on the road... Iwas hoping to have a completely different set of wheels/tyres strictly...
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Offroad rear rim/tyre combo - Team C TR02T/Associated. RC10

Hmm.. I'm trying to find some premounted ones cheap.. Suggestions?

Do Ileave the fronts as-is? They don't seem to wear quickly on the road (as you'd expect being 2WD)
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Posted By maxwolfie

Offroad rear rim/tyre combo - Team C TR02T/Associated. RC10

Having a bit of difficulty finding cheap rear rim/tyres combo online for this truggy.. Here's a pic of it:

http://www.rabhobbies.com.au/estore/catalog/images/400/400ktr02tb.jpg

This truggy is...
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Views: 428
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Wires going into ESC will probably break off eventually... Best fix?

It's a Novatech B4718 (http://novatech-tw.com/images/pdf/DM%20B4718-E.pdf).. It's weird though, the motor wires ARE sealed in, whereas the other side isn't (which you can't actually see from the...
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Wires going into ESC will probably break off eventually... Best fix?

The joints are fine at the moment. - But I can see them coming off over time

The ESCis not sealed - Basically it's just a housing under the PCB itself (and around it, but not on top), then the...
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Posted By maxwolfie

Wires going into ESC will probably break off eventually... Best fix?

So the fan wires on my ESC have come loose, and as such I can certainly see my battery wires doing the same over time. What's the best fix? I was thinking some sort of silicon/cement compound, not...
11-10-2010, 05:05 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 376
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Setting clutch correctly

I would be interested to know if there is a step-by-step method to correctly set up a clutch (I.e. how much should they slip?)
11-08-2010, 04:28 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 376
Posted By maxwolfie

Setting clutch correctly

What's the best way of doing this?

The car is a Team C Racing TR02T

Basically I've just fried one of the gears in my gearbox and I'm looking to replace it, but hoping that I can relieve some...
11-07-2010, 03:39 PM
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Views: 611
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Mud and small puddles

And what about the cabling? Just elastic band it all off at the open end?
11-07-2010, 12:43 AM
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Views: 611
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Mud and small puddles

Hmm.. still not working. I think Imay have shorted the ESC with water..... I've taken it out and given it a good brush to get some dirt out of the PCB... Maybe it will be OKtomorrow.

I think...
11-06-2010, 05:00 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 611
Posted By maxwolfie

Mud and small puddles

How resistant is your average electric RCcar against mud and small puddles? Puddles of depths around an inch.
Ibought a Team CRacing TR02TB...
10-22-2009, 07:26 AM
Replies: 11,777
Views: 2,253,269
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

I can't use the SP-E 9 x 6 off HK?

EDIT: How would a 9 x 7.5 work on the Cub? I'm just trying to think of other prop combos to experiment with (other than the GWS1060DD)
...
10-21-2009, 11:23 PM
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

I need some help topping off my HK order.... I can't get it under 1kg for the life of me (just over), so I need to top it up to 1.5kg (another ~500g). I've added heatshrink, Accucel-6 charger, 12v...
10-21-2009, 05:34 PM
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

I've just completed the battery box modification as per the YTvideo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdQPSxyUl58) . Now, it fits fine "width" wise, however the battery will move depth wise (i.e. it...
10-21-2009, 04:07 PM
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Ailerons - Servo controlled flappy things on the wings themselves that make the aircraft spin on it's axis.
10-20-2009, 05:23 PM
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Ah well, I've ordered the 2,200's... I figure I will eventually grow out of the Cub and will want something faster (no doubt...) so Ifigured that was the only sane way of moving forward.

I'm...
10-19-2009, 08:22 PM
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Views: 2,253,269
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Thanks patmatgal for your input. I'm definately getting a lot of mixed responses!Ican see the trade off... more weight, more flying time or less weight, less flying time...

So a 1,500mAh battery,...
10-19-2009, 04:37 PM
Replies: 11,777
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Any more opinions about the mAh rating? I'm tossing up between the Turnigy 1500 (133g) , 1800 (153g) and 2200 (185g). All from Hobby City.

At what point does an aftermarket battery become too...
10-14-2009, 05:46 PM
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Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Thanks all, my stock charger will charge at 1.3a... Therefore Iguess 1300mAh should take roughly 1 hour to charge from flat, and 1,500mAh slightly longer...

Any more recommendations on batteries?...
10-14-2009, 04:58 AM
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Views: 2,253,269
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

Thanks guys, really appreciate your help.. Iwill look for chargers at Hobby City... Until then... Idon't really understand when/why a new charger is required.. 1C charge ratings, 20/30C ratings, mAh...
10-13-2009, 04:45 PM
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Views: 2,253,269
Posted By maxwolfie

RE: Official Hobby Zone

So.. Abit of a dilemma... I've scoured the Internet (another large forum) for hours and hours trying to find out what batteries (../../../../buynow/keywordclick.cfm?bid_id=4483) work best with the LP...
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