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07.03.2012, 07:46 PM

A suggestion from me, I (personally) would like to see the electronics door open and close a bit slower. I know the fancy JR transmitter I played with allowed for servo slowing, not sure if the 7S does or if you would need an add-on (probably for landing gear).

Love it all man, keep the posts coming, Can't wait to see it hitting some dirt and towing some stuff!


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Beers, Iron Maiden on the Stereo and that work bench is my place of solitude and happiness for sure.
Good choice in music...I grew up in the 80's so I can appreciate their music. I also agree with the workbench being a place of solitude. Without my being able to tinker downstairs...I would have lost my sanity for sure. Funny, as I am wrenching or just thinking of ways to improve my rides, i definitely lose track of time and my worries.


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07.03.2012, 08:35 PM

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A suggestion from me, I (personally) would like to see the electronics door open and close a bit slower. I know the fancy JR transmitter I played with allowed for servo slowing, not sure if the 7S does or if you would need an add-on (probably for landing gear).

Love it all man, keep the posts coming, Can't wait to see it hitting some dirt and towing some stuff!
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Good choice in music...I grew up in the 80's so I can appreciate their music. I also agree with the workbench being a place of solitude. Without my being able to tinker downstairs...I would have lost my sanity for sure. Funny, as I am wrenching or just thinking of ways to improve my rides, i definitely lose track of time and my worries.
@Brain;
Yes the TX does have the ability to slow the flap channel servo, (I didn't know this till I stumbled across it in the manual)I'm waiting till I get a servo reverser to install the second servo for the door then switch everything around because I have something already on that channel. Just figured I'd do it all together at one time. IDK why but it's actually slower than in the video, the recording of it makes it look fast as a bullet, the servo is .26 sec at 6v so it's reasonably slow.

@Brian; I grew up with Maiden as well and loved all the hairbands in the 80's to! Between all the Iron Maiden and Bruce Dickerson solo stuff I have 27 albums and theres more I don't have.


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07.03.2012, 10:15 PM

Epic build Jeff!

I don't get on forum much anymore, but always great to see szit like this.

Mad props :D
   
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Epic build Jeff!

I don't get on forum much anymore, but always great to see szit like this.

Mad props :D
Hey Jason, long time no see.
Thanks for the props bro.


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Epic build Jeff!

I don't get on forum much anymore, but always great to see szit like this.

Mad props :D
Well, GET ON THE FORUM MORE

The content is a plus but it's the people that keep me here. It's been way too slow lately.


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07.04.2012, 09:18 AM

Flaps! Yeah, that's what it was on with that JR radio. Makes sense too on your truck. "Lift the flap!" then it opens awesomely slow. :)


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07.04.2012, 10:40 AM

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Well, GET ON THE FORUM MORE

The content is a plus but it's the people that keep me here. It's been way too slow lately.
Nope, its just you. You are slow. Your chair is slow, your rhymes are lame, your beats are flat and yo momma is (insert quasi-insulting yo momma joke punchline).

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07.04.2012, 12:32 PM

James its awfully nice to see you pop in sometimes to keep Harold in check! How's the kid?


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James its awfully nice to see you pop in sometimes to keep Harold in check! How's the kid?
Thanks Cory. The little one is fine, she is running around now, always moving. Starting to talk a little, but she understands just about everything I say. If i use big words like disestablishmentarianism, she just tilts her heads and gives me that "wtf" look. She has a fondness for sheep (not the way Harold likes them, she just wants to be freinds), and she runs around yelling "BAAAAAAAA" while making her stuffed toy sheep dance. She really likes to dance, and likes classic rock too. It is fun being a dad.
   
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07.04.2012, 07:48 PM

Been a crazy few months H, I'll try to be around more :)

I just came across this one, fits right in with the thread I reckon. Superb vid & vehicles!



   
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07.04.2012, 08:49 PM

Great video, I also have a scaler/Wraith myself.
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Your driver needs sunscreen, spf5000....
   
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07.05.2012, 10:05 AM

Just watched the vid, that 1.9 cherokee with the working steering wheel is cool. Watching the action figure's arms move just makes it that much cooler!
   
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Moisturising sunscreen! And his eyes are bloodshot to hell! What has he been smoking?
   
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