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    Traditionally I've always used something like...

    Traditionally I've always used something like Loctite 401 for magnets. I had read people were using epoxy for holding them in on brushless motors. Wondered if there was any reason for this such as...
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    Featherweight Motors

    OK, finally got this whole brushless speed controller thing working (Stand back and awaits blue smoke and flames to start billowing out from places i didn't know smoke could billow out of!). What do...
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    Flashing Tool

    Does anyone know where I can get one of the ATmega flashing tools?

    Seems Hobbyking are out of stock atm

    Thanks
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    have pm'd you

    have pm'd you
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    Yes they are 😀

    Yes they are 😀
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    Always full of useful info :) Thanks Mario.

    Always full of useful info :) Thanks Mario.
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    More Stuff

    OK next we have:

    A selection of interfaces for NCC controllers. Not much use to me as i don't have any NCC controllers. One dual, two single channels. The single channel ones are different type....
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    Team Hydra's January Sale

    Just going through the shed and there's a massive amount of stuff accumulated over ten years which would be better off not being in there. As we have a few ideas on what we want to do this year we'll...
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    Nowt wrong with a bit of flex in the bulkhead...

    Nowt wrong with a bit of flex in the bulkhead especially with foam wheels. Fat lip was running for over a year until the motors finally finally broke. They were given a bit of encouragement to break...
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    Bigger cable has less resistance. If the psi...

    Bigger cable has less resistance.

    If the psi is adjustable increase the owner supply voltage slightly 13.8v is quite normal.
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    80cc brushless

    I've got a brand new one of these sitting around in the shed if someone wants one for some reason.

    Open to offers
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    We use 5mm hdpe for fat lip with 8mm on the...

    We use 5mm hdpe for fat lip with 8mm on the front. Nothing so far has caused any damage of any note and it fights spinners regularly.

    To cut use a metal ruler. A Stanley knife and do a few passes....
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    Could use a bore reducer ...

    Could use a bore reducer

    http://www.motionco.co.uk/bore-reducers-c-61.html

    Or a bit of 6mm copper tube to do the same
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  14. Thread: RC Switch

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    Titans axe runs off one of these...

    Titans axe runs off one of these http://www.technobotsonline.com/technobots-dual-channel-rc-relay-type-a.html
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    These ones? ...

    These ones?

    http://lynchmotors.co.uk/pdfs/lmc-lem-200.pdf
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    Craig, you know gorilla glue reacts to set...

    Craig, you know gorilla glue reacts to set properly with water? If you use water you can set a guitar neck under pressure from strings with it. I'm sure you know, it's great without water but it's...
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    I was actually looking at something like this...

    I was actually looking at something like this http://alienpowersystem.com/shop/brushless-motors/5670-inrunner-brushless-motor-rc-boat-720kv-12000w/ probably running at 8s. Gives around 20mph so would...
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    inrunners or outrunners

    Just trying to get my head round brushless for heavyweight drive.

    Most of the gearboxes I have are up around 15 or 20:1, this means the kv rating for outrunners seems a bit low for an outrunners....
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    These wor but only on 2s lipo. You'll need a...

    These wor but only on 2s lipo. You'll need a higher rpm motor than the 1000rpm ones we normally use.
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    Problem with wiring is have to go on judgement &...

    Problem with wiring is have to go on judgement & experience. Current rating of cables are continuous which are a nonsense for what we do. Also cables can operate upto 70deg c for pvc (other compounds...
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    Are these not the ones with an external relay?...

    Are these not the ones with an external relay? Looked on line for a wiring diagram but no joy.

    I do have a few already wired up in the shed. From what I recall it's a single direction controller...
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    Signed up with BUFF, Diablo, Marshall & Trace.

    May have some spare space in the car if anyone's travelling light.
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    What thickness HDPE are you cutting? If it's 6mm...

    What thickness HDPE are you cutting? If it's 6mm or below I find a good carpet cutting stanley knife works really well and is far more accurate. Also done well with the dremmel circular saw...
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    Last time I used palletline it came in at around...

    Last time I used palletline it came in at around £80. You have to supply the pallet though.
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    Word VBA programmer

    Anyone on here fairly competent at programming using word VBA? I have a fairly large project to get completed using this so looking to employ someone to do some freelance work. Paid obviously. Pm me...
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