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  1. Designed and developed in Japan is more important than being made there JJ
  2. My original falcon went for a swim in the pond when I was a kid Dried it out and all was fine JJ
  3. How is cooling of the ESC managed? JJ
  4. I’ve always ordered from eBay JJ
  5. Apart from the clod buster, I’ve not have a flat screwdriver need in any of my builds (let alone 2) and I mainly (99%) use 1 Philips driver and the occasional need for a smaller one but not often (defo don’t have need for 3) I want a set - I really do but..... JJ
  6. You can buy them off eBay mega cheap then just solder a standard connector for the receiver on the end JJ
  7. Yeah I’m sure but so is my £1.99 rubber handled screw driver and I have a box of tamiya spanner’s that never wear out maybe the tamiya set is cheaper around the world but it’s £26 here in the U.K. JJ
  8. I keep looking at the tool sets but sooooo much money outside the free box spanner, you really only need 2 sizes of Phillips screwdrivers (which most people have) struggling to justify even as a gift JJ
  9. I’ve been recommended this stuff for cleaning bbqs https://www.diy.com/departments/hg-bbq-grill-oven-cleaner-0-5l/136831_BQ.prd?ds_rl=1272379&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIoKW0v_HT5gIVTLDtCh2o3QlHEAQYASABEgKH9fD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds not got round to trying it but my mate who tried it did so on his vintage blazing blazer shell JJ
  10. I chuck some fairy liquid in and a bit of flash kitchen cleaner ive also put some degreaser in before whatever you’d use to wash plastic then put that in with some water it has 180, 300, 600 and 900 second cycles but 300 is more then enough JJ
  11. he defo needs a cigar he’s a FAV driver squeezed into a wild one JJ
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