Easiest way to find out with the switch is to plug a battery in and flip it. When you plug it i
In and you hear the fan running and beeping right away, that's the ON side. If nothing happens, that's the OFF side.
God is good.
I believe on is towards the black wire. Once you figure it out just make a mark so you will remember. Good luck.
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Just finish setup today.
The on/off switch is toward the black wire.
Calibration & programing run successful.
set the lipo cutoff to "none", and its works good my traxxas 7cell nimh.
A little bit noisy at the gear. I use stock 48p, because the 32p didn't fit. (motor shaft is to short). I think I have to buy HR spur to fit the pinion.
I run 23/86. I have to gentle on throttle to start running. Have plenty of torque & good top speed.
It's a good starting. I like this combo. Easy setup & good quality product.
Will updating photos & video soon.
updating my slash.
i have a lot of fun time bashing with my slash.
i still use 7cell Nimh. it's fast, but can't do wheely. i think it's because the battery. i will upgrade to lipo soon and see the different.
i use 14t pinion & 54t spur 32p.
the temp. with this ratio is 110 degree F. i think i can gear up to get more top speed.
i use my heli gyro. it helps to keep the nose straight forward.
gps for measuring speed.
i only got 50km/h with this setting.
next, i'll find the gear setting to get more top speed with nimh first, before using lipo.
i plan of using 17/54 or maybe 19/54.
One thing you can do if speed is your thing,is take some of the rear toe out.
It might be a bit snakier at lunch,but will increase your top end.
There going to have drag races here next week.
I'm going to watch,but my trucks will stay sct's.
Just not a speed freak.
Your doing well for a NiMh battery.
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