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  1. #1
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    My Telemetry parts arrived in the post 2day

    Ok, i may b new to the rc world but i do love my tech n gadgets. (I am clumsy as **** and not very patient)
    So i jumped on board with the telemetry band wagon with the erbe.

    I hopped on to the traxxas site to download telemetry install instructions.
    there was a separate file to dwn load 4 each sensor.
    Thinking the downloads would be nice and detailed, full of pics and easy to follow instructions.
    I was wrong.
    there is pics, there is vague instruction....

    either way i persevered and succeeded.

    Telemetry up and running
    New Body painted/installed
    still waiting for rims and proline big joe rubber



  2. #2
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    nice ride bro, just need some new rubber and you'll be set!
    EMBE
    Jato 3.3
    T-Maxx 2.5

  3. #3
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    Luckily the sensors go in pretty easy, but routing all those wires is a bit of a chore. My receiver box is completely stuffed.

    Those big joes look like sick rubbers for the revo. I'd recommend offsets if you haven't bought the rims yet.

  4. #4
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    routing the sensors was fckn driving me nuts... how the **** did they expect you to get the red voltage plug through that slot without going nuts

  5. #5
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    yeah i felt exactly the same.....

  6. #6
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    I had to dislodge the receiver from the box to get everything pulled through, then I stuck it back in and piled wires in as tight as I could.

    As it stands I have an entire 12" Y-servo lead tucked in there, 3 loose mated servo connector pairs on top of power for a motor fan, ESC connection servo connection, CC BEC connected. It's tight.

    Having sensors is nice though. Great to make sure you don't burn up your motor.

    How does your install look? I managed to clean mine up pretty good.


  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by 65535 View Post
    How does your install look? I managed to clean mine up pretty good.

    i had to dislodge receiver as well...
    i will post up a pic of mine.. does not look anywhere near as tidy as yours or clean. hahahaha
    took it out in the gravel and sand for a good bashing

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