Team Associated RC10B5 Build – Bag J Electronics Build


Bag J is for the installation of the electronics. It contains all the parts needed to install the steering servo, motor, electronic speed controller, receiver and the battery.

 

My build notes:

 

  • When installing the servo horn, make sure the servo is set to neutral and install the servo horn at 90 degrees.
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  • Use the right servo spacers, the bottom of the servo must not touch the chassis.
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  • Don’t confuse the motor screws and the gear cover screws.
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  • If you need more room to install your ESC and receiver, you can use the ESC mount included in the kit. Otherwise don’t use it, it will increase your buggy’s CG.
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  • You can mount the antenna at the right or at the left side. Use the side closest to the receiver.
  • The foam that goes in the bottom of the battery box is self-adhesive. I didn’t peel it off because I want to have easy access to the servo wire.
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  • Different battery spacers are included to use with saddle packs, square packs or shorty packs.

 

Sylvain Lafrance

Sylvain Lafrance

Hello, my name is Sylvain Lafrance and I am the man behind MyRCBox.com. I have bought my first hobby grade RC in the early 90s. With years, what that started as a simple hobby, quickly became a strong passion. I am so much passionate about R/C that I have created MyRCBox.com in 2006 to share my experiences with R/C products that I use for racing and bashing. Follow me !

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