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    Long time since I used RCMart. For some other shops, points are not activated until you confirm receipt of an order.
  2. I second that. €500 for a BigWig is something I would readily accept. Some just want the car and then it’s pointless to pay extra for vintage. But some of us want the original, with the Technigold, mechanical speed controller etc. If I had room for more kits, then a NIB BigWig plus perhaps a re-re for running would be high on my list. It probably is second only to the HotShot 2 in terms of NIBs still on my list. And that is just from personal preference.
  3. I bought some ribbon cable to attempt really neat wiring, but haven’t gotten around to doing it
  4. They’ve always had a much broader range of static models, so don’t hold your breath.
  5. I would disagree. This is approximately the same design as modern competitive racers. Not flimsy at all.
  6. If they go for $4000 I should sell mine I now notice the OP would go as far as € 15k, but that is probably a typo.
  7. To be sure, you should post a picture of your servo with the standard connector. But here are some links to get you started: https://www.servocity.com/servo-connector-types http://jacobwatson.com/images/dads images/connectors.pdf It is quite easy to swap the pins to a new connector if I recall correctly. If you want to order an adapter cable, then remember that Sanwa and Airtronics is the same, and you might have more luck searching for Airtronics.
  8. Old sanwas have a fifferent order to the pins. You must swap them around or buy an adapter cable.
  9. There are quite a few QD parts on eBay and some sellers seem to have very large stock. If you can’t find one directly I suggest you contact them.
  10. Primarily itˋs for storage. I only have two lipoˋs for cars and charge them in a safe enough manner already. But I´ve got lots of batteries from various gadgets that I´ve been storing in ammo boxes for now and would like to feel safer about around the house. Maybe I´ll get the regular sized one for charging later. Didn´t get the extension cables for now, but kinda regretting that.
  11. My King Yellow wheels are quite satin and I got some Kongead ones that are chrome/shiny.
  12. My new insurance policy: And with a Pumpkin for size reference. I actually expected the box to be even bigger...
  13. Look up the Tamiya Black motors. I.e. The Black sprint and Black endurance.
  14. Trackstar waterproof ESC/Motor combo. ' It's sensorless, which I should have checked before buying. But it's for a basher, so not a huge deal. We'll see once it's mounted. It came with no instructions and there are no markings on the motor wires to indicate the different wires (A, B, C). Do I just plug it together and let the ESC figure out the configuration? Planning to put this in the King Yellow I'm building with the kid. It now has a Speed Passion Reventon Pro and matching very un-waterproof motor: These were put in just because the rating is pretty good to what I want and it was laying around. I shortened the servo lead for the rear servo and built a short custom Y cable. Will be interesting to see how the FlySky receiver handles these two servos. I'm thinking about adding a direct connection to the ESC/motor cable to pull power directly from the ESC.
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