Type: Posts; User: stinger30
farout!!! needs some TLC. drive shaft boots for starters:D
mate, if you took a bit too much metal off, stress less, just cover the section in jb weld let it sit for 24 hours and come back and re file/grind/drill the section again
just hold the bus...
dont give up on the 40 watt iron yet
if you thought in this hobby you were going to get just one soldering iron to do *EVERYTHING* your wrong
right tool for the right job...
why run twin 775 motors? a single 14.4v dewalt motor will be more then enough, produces a mind blowing amount of torque as it is and is reasonably quick as well.plus it runs quite nicely off a stock...
forget about using the 40w iron any where near the motor, it will have the life sucked out of it.go buy at least a 60 watt for soldering the caps to the can of the dewalt motor.
the dewalt motor...
you could *probably* get away with it if you used some decent glue like jb weld or the likes and roughen up both surfaces a bit with sand paper or a small wire wheel on a dremmel/rotary tool
i used some 6millimeter key steel for mine, bought it from local SKF bearing shop. dont have a spare rod, so the key steel works just fine
with regards to this question.... what blue boot? is it the blue one that goes around the drive-shaft half's to keep dirt out?
if so to fix it you want traxxas part#5459 and it comes with...
i just phones traxxas tech via skype and im correct, these parts are interchangeable. awesome stuff.now i can get my bulkheads sorted....yippie
just looking at front bulkheads from revo 3.3 and looks to be same part number as erevo, part number
rear bulk head part number 5329 on both erevo and revo 3.3 are they interchangeable as...
i have converted 2 x 14.4v dewalt motors for my erevo already
piece of cake, nothing hard. just a little time consuming.
few secrets you need to know first off.
where your going to solder the...
the erevo brushless comes with a mamba monster stock. it will run on 6s lipos so 2 of the batteries you have now.
however, the battery pack you have is only 20c and i would say thats a bit low, if...
heres the picture u were looking for
i made one on the weekend, a ruler helps or a tape measure, or a vernier
another must do mod is to wrap the servo wires with some tube or the likes or the wires rub against the motor and around...
yeah, rear mud flaps. i made mine from an old milk bottle.basically its a bit of rectangle plastic and you zip tie it to the top suspension arm.make it big enough so it hangs just below the bottom...
heres my erevo after i made a few mods to it... it goes really well on water now
tried either of the above?
if you can setup a flyby wire system to run the r/c from the motorcycle throttle/brake that would be cool, then as you wind up the throttle on the bike, the r/c will have its esc wound up as...
this might help, i dunno,looks like the metric screws were swapped for imperial???????
never mind, i found what i want in the summit f.a.q
To determine your BEC side/plug follow this procedure:
with the esc off and all batteries unplugged...
can anyone please tell me how to determine which of th two battery connectors on the stock traxxas esc powers the bec?
i forgot that chopshop rc have an ebay store as well in australia
thanks for the links.
as i stated in an earilier post i said i was paying $7 per bottle for Losi shock oil and i thought that was a good price, but after looking at this link to RCKinghobbies...
i live in townsville, queensland, australia, i have pretty much given up getting parts for my erevo locally, however i do get shock oil locally, i buy "losi" oil for $7 a bottle and i think thats...
aaahhhh yes good idea, i didnt think to put the pivot balls in the carrier and polish it as well