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  1. jakester79
    07-18-2012 04:22 PM
    Sweet I just picked up a new rc rock armor bumper and a rc4wd winch... Ordered me a flysky remote too. gonna do the hack mod myself from losikid. Ill give it all the bells and whistle's. I got some integy msr112 shocks I dont like them at all too big... Look like they are 1/8th scale or something... Anyways Im so stupidly hooked on these things. cant wait for my first hard body. I want a defender 110... Anyways unimog iv'e always wanted one. And a semi I got a strong urge to get one. I might let go of my pede 4x4 that's done up nicely for a semi. Anyways man keep me posted on the unimog, an when your free we will go up to lucia. I got some nice mud trails I showed your buddy too down by my house in ridgefield. Abrams park...... little trail crawling some water root's rocks "not like lucia though" and some good ole mud.... I posted some video on youtube.

    Talk at ya later
  2. swas79
    07-17-2012 10:55 PM
    LOL, small world man! Totally down for a run soon. Working on a scratch built unimog right now and have a beach trip next week and after that I'm in the clear.
  3. jakester79
    06-18-2012 10:26 PM
    Hey swas I been so busy with finals at school I totally forgot about it. My scx has been needing some much needed attention. Did you make it up there?
  4. swas79
    05-28-2012 02:01 PM
    Hey bud, are you going out to the comp next weekend?
  5. hillbillyrc
    05-06-2012 12:57 PM
    thought at might help
  6. jakester79
    05-06-2012 10:42 AM
    I can see the difference. bec is hooked straight to servo in the diagram. I went through the rx. Which explains the reason why if i turn my tx on i can turn the wheel an my tires turn. If i wired it the way in the diagram you sent me, the servo would still have constant power, but it would never recieve the signal coming from the tx cause the rx wouldnt be powered on. Makes sense....
  7. jakester79
    05-06-2012 10:20 AM
    I wired the red an black wire from the bec into the red an black leads on my esc. I was told to solder the red an blacks from the bec onto the dean plug but i didnt like the way it looked plus my ecs an rx location stop me from doin it that way. I just soldered them in half way down the leads. Then i took the red wire that is part of the ecs plug out of the plug so its just the two wires. I then pluged the bec plug into my spare port on the rx.... Imma check out the link you sent me...
  8. hillbillyrc
  9. hillbillyrc
    05-05-2012 11:58 PM
    how did you wire it up?
  10. jakester79
    05-05-2012 11:47 PM
    cool thought maybe i stood you up. I got there late. But ended up playin round for a few. I just installed a bec on my ae-1 is it normal for the servo to still have power after you turn the power switch to the esc off? I tried to search a little. To see if that was normal but all i could find was questions about what a bec is an why you need one. Anyways Also got some liquid tape today an went ahead an opened my esc up and water proofed it.

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    What's there to say I'm here you know I love rc'n. Anything that has to do with it.
    Ridgefield WA
    Snowboarding,Camping,Bike's,Fast car's,Muddin,Crawling,Fishing
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