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    Motor Cooling Fan/ Heatsink options

    What are you guys using?? I would prefer not to have to do and soldering or dremel work...Also would prefer any Integy products...But not sure what the options are that work well

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    Stampede 4x4 vxl w/ MMP/2400kv, Mini E-Revo

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZAD View Post
    This hooks into the receiver for power? I have the Traxxas ESC fan plugged into the power plug on the ESC....

    Also I meant I would prefer a non Integy option...But there doesn't really seem to be one
    Last edited by Traxxasnoob2012; 05-10-2013 at 01:14 AM.

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    you can get a splitter / splice them together or hook into other open ports on the Rx that are hot
    Stampede 4x4 vxl w/ MMP/2400kv, Mini E-Revo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traxxasnoob2012 View Post
    This hooks into the receiver for power? I have the Traxxas ESC fan plugged into the power plug on the ESC....

    Also I meant I would prefer a non Integy option...But there doesn't really seem to be one
    I have that integy fan and the traxxas esc fan. I found this on ebay

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Traxxas-VXL-...item23286582ed

    That allows you to plug both fans into that esc connector. Worked perfect and no re-wiring, cutting wires, etc, etc. Highly recommend this route.

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    Here is the one I use.
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    Dude just run it from one of the spare ports on your receiver and you will be good to go man.....peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by spenniepoos View Post
    Dude just run it from one of the spare ports on your receiver and you will be good to go man.....peace
    Thats what I did. Ran it to the reciever and pluged it into the battery port.

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