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  1. I am seeking an in car switch for a MRC 2s-75 radio control system. It has male pins on the plugs that go into the receiver contrary to the typical female plugs on Futaba and others. Attached is an picture of the servo plug. Let me know if you have one for sale or trade. Or if you have ideas how I could work around it with a futaba or airtronics switch. My rig with lengths of paper clip into one of those isn’t great.
  2. Hi, I started running my car on gravel today having converted it from road going and after two runs the switch has become very difficult to move from the dust. Is there any way to get rid of the ust in there and also is there anyway to prevent that? My car is a VW Golf Mk1 with the M-05S chasis. Thanks in advance, Seb
  3. Hey people. So I did the restore or sell post where I decided to rebuild a vintage clodbuster. Well i am done! Looks great (needs some touch up paint) and was going great until.... the time it went wrong. The green cable on the motor broke off. Not a big deal because I can solder that sucker right back. Problem is that no matter what position the power switch (on, off) when I touch the wire back in place those wheels start full blast. No idea why or how so I disconnected the battery and walked away to regain perspective. If the switch is in economy they don't run when I touch the wire. Problem: green wire on motor broke and when reconnected it bypasses the power switch in full power. Any help would be greatly appreciated since I have spent some good money/time for only vintage parts and rebuilding it. Also my turning radius is crap. Any advice. Crap as in it has a 8 to 10 feet radius to turn fully around. Picture is before cleaned.
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