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scaledesign It's just a one piece transfer case for 4WD. Strong though.

2020-09-26 06:24:19 Helpful (0)
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scaledesign I use simple rechargeable double AA's for mine. You're looking for 6 volts so 5 cells will do fine. I don't recommend lipo's for noob's since they don't run the vehicles enough to merit the extra attention, work and danger in maintaining them. Those connectors can be purchased on line at Banggood or your local hobby store. Hope that helps.

2020-09-18 06:31:24 Helpful (0)
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scaledesign It will depend on the motor you use. Each should say what the peak draw is (current stalled). I have this escapement in one of my crawlers running a 5 pole 550. Well within it's capabilities. This unit says 30A, peak current: 320A. Use that as your guide. Good luck.

2020-07-23 01:48:07 Helpful (0)
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scaledesign OK, no intent to insult your experience but I assume you have plugged the three wire controller wire into channel 2 of the receiver with the white signal wire facing the centre of the receiver? There is also an on-off switch that allows the power from the battery to run through the esc and to the receiver. Ensure that your battery is FULLY charged. Ensure that the battery polarity is not reversed. If it is, you could fry the unit. Motor doesn't matter for now. You can change that later if you wish. Good luck.

2020-06-11 07:15:58 Helpful (0)
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Q: Can the lights be turned on and off via the remote ?

Asked by siracmelih on 2020-05-20 06:05:28

scaledesign Not that I know of. They will give you turn signals when you turn and brake lights when you stop but I don't believe that they will all turn off via the controller.

2020-05-20 06:17:48 Helpful (0)
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Q: Is there a kit I can buy with all the components it needs?

Asked by BG994765556 on 2020-05-12 12:16:49

scaledesign No. If you want everything, ready to run, you will get their radio, servos and esc and normally, you will want to change these out regardless. Therefore you end up buying the electronics twice. This kit needs those three things plus a battery and charger. Buy a Hobbywing 1080 esc, a 25 kg metal servo for steering and GT5 Flysky for the radio. You'll have good equipment to install at the most reasonable price. Good luck.

2020-05-12 07:07:04 Helpful (0)
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Q: How long are the axles in cm

Asked by danshannon631 on 2020-05-04 07:48:48

scaledesign About 11 cm.

2020-05-04 09:05:07 Helpful (0)
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scaledesign The small red connectors are called JST I believe. They are standard fair with WPL and JRC. On the escapement, one of them is male and the other is female. One of the two reds, the male goes to the motor and the female goes to the battery. If your C24 was a kit, it may not have come with leads. You're going to want to standardize your leads. I would suggest buying a small packet of the red JST's, male and female. 4 and 5 cell packs are the norm and you can attach your leads accordingly into any small charger. Good luck.

2020-04-23 12:25:49 Helpful (1)
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Q: what is the width

Asked by adamlambert on 2020-03-23 03:10:42

scaledesign Motor-transmission mount is 5 cm wide where the mounting holes are.

2020-03-23 07:43:05 Helpful (0)
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Q: Hi, does it fot for Fayee FY003?

Asked by mboldizzoni on 2020-03-09 05:43:02

scaledesign Sorry. Can't find a FY003 listed on the site. So I can't say but I'm pretty sure the Fayee specific metal driveshafts would fit. I've used those as well on my FY004a. Just do a search on site for Fayee parts.

2020-03-09 07:55:14 Helpful (1)
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