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Old 03-22-2005, 09:41 PM
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Default Grease? Sealing Radio Box.

Few Questions about Miss Bud.

1. What are you doing to seal the radio box. I have moved the switch like in the mods suggestion. Any other suggestions, what kind of tape?

2. What can be done to get it to turn a little quicker? Using all the servo travel that I have.

3. Most importantly, What kind of grease do you use on the prop shaft?
Old 03-22-2005, 11:57 PM
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Default RE: Grease? Sealing Radio Box.

Seeing how you are in the South, you probably don't have access to window sealing tape, that's what I've been using. In case I run out, I use Prather radio box tape that I can usually get at a Hobby Shop.
For shaft grease, there are lots of things for you to try. Marine trailer bearing grease works fine or you can try any high-speed bearing lube.
I don't think that your radio system has End Point Adjustments (EPA) otherwise you can dial more in that way.

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