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Q: need gluing? withstand 30-40km / h?

Soran ionuzz Açık 2020-11-22 01:03:41

Calcifer You don't need to glue them on a brushed machine. When I made one of my HSP's brushless, on the first run, 2 of these tires came off and I could only watch where one tire went, I lost the other one. I recommend glue them anyway... stops them twisting on the rim.

2020-11-22 03:11:21 Yararlı (0)
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Q: is it brushless

Soran BG105317543 Açık 2020-05-16 11:03:33

Calcifer No, the brushes are a dead give away... as is the 2 wires as stated in the specs for the XK A800. If the XK A800 had a brushless motor and stronger wings, it would be perfect.

2020-05-17 07:39:00 Yararlı (1)
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Q: Does this come with the old board or the new Silence board?

Soran Alankar Dutta Açık 2020-04-12 03:18:18

Calcifer It comes with what is said in the ad. If it had the silenced board in it, it would be written in the ad and be about $80 more expensive. I have two stock ender 3 pros with the old board and they print fine and are not excessively noisy. I bought a silenced board for each machine but have not bothered fitting them yet, I have not found the need. Both machines are in my bedroom and I sleep fine with both running.

2020-04-12 03:39:10 Yararlı (2)
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Calcifer The ender 3 pro has pulleys that can be adjusted to tension the belts. I have two ender 3 pros and I bought alot of upgrades, however, the only upgrades I have fitted yet are the yellow springs under the bed, the metal extruder drive on the extruder motor and the blue bowden tube and better fittings... the rest of the upgrades, which include silenced boards, smoothers, fans etc etc are just in a drawer for if I ever feel like fitting them. The ender 3 pro prints very well straight out of the box. I bought a bunch of nozzles from 0.2 - 1.0 and plenty of 0.4 nozzles... I have used 0.3 and 0.5 and find them handy. I am sure you will like the ender 3 pro.

2020-04-03 09:06:10 Yararlı (0)
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Calcifer I got my Ender 3 Pros from BG Australia so they came with AU plugs... they are a standard PC cable, I didn't use my ender 3 cables, they were too short at only 1m or so, I just used longer desktop cables I had already. If you haven't got any PC desktop cables, measure how far your E3 will be from a power point and buy a cable the correct length to suit.

2020-03-24 07:18:25 Yararlı (0)
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Calcifer 2019-10-25 19:09:48
These are a great upgrade for the 1550... the added strength is fantastic. Easy to fit following the video. There is no instructions and no one mentions in the videos which ram goes in what position, so I will tell you. The long ram is along the top working the second arm. The short ram is for the bucket. The medium ram attaches to the cabin and lifts the first arm. It is important because the long and medium rams have the hole thru the servo in different location... if you accidentally set up the medium ram on top, the hole for the servo to sit in will be in the wrong place when you fit the correct long ram. I recommend these rams for adults wanting realistic digging.... when you also get the joystick type transmitter, the 1550 really comes alive. I was nervous to fit these rams, but after watching the videos on youtube (there are a few) when I actually did it, it was really straight forward and easy really for anyone who is confident with tools. Another benefit of these rams is they allow more range of movement when closing the second arm and the bucket range of movement is increased, especially when, as I did, you remove some of the plastic reducing the arms range once the gears are removed from the arms. When parked, the bucket can come further in between the tracks and the first arm can be much lower. One important note, you have to be mindful of the range of the arms, with the strength of these rams, the arms risk breaking if the button remains pressed when the arm has reached its maximum... or the board or servo may burn, so care is needed.
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Calcifer The main wings are the only parts unable to buy as spares, not to mention, they would never survive undamaged in transit. The only way to get spare wings is to buy another plane for parts. The main wings are very prone to damage as they are unsupported. They crack from the aileron cut out to the rear of the wing root, so strengthening this are with tape prior to the first flight (top and bottom) can help stop this happening. It is a shame these can not be bought BNF.

2020-01-25 09:25:54 Yararlı (1)
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Calcifer The battery voltage has nothing to do with what the servos get... the esc provides metered voltages to components. Usually the escs have tags on the wires to show voltage outputs. So, yes, fine for WPL toys

2020-01-07 09:31:32 Yararlı (0)
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Q: fits b36?

Soran showcroft35 Açık 2019-03-20 09:38:01

Calcifer The battery voltage has nothing to do with what the servos get... the esc provides metered voltages to components. Usually the escs have tags on the wires to show voltage outputs. So, yes, fine for WPL toys

2020-01-07 09:29:57 Yararlı (0)
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Q: the package includes the screws to fix the rim to the connector?

Soran paolo_puzone Açık 2019-02-20 02:34:43

Calcifer No, the screws do not come with these rims. The photo shows only 6 rims. You need to buy the screws extra. They do not come with the hubs either, but can be purchased online or at hardware store. The bolts are M2 x what appears to be 6mm long (counting threads) on the rear, passing through the 2 rims (about 2mm each) and 2mm into the hub. I would purchase M2x8mm to be safe. The center screw also appears to be about 6mm long with a coarse thread. Again, I would maybe get longer by a couple of mm. The front hubs bolts seem to be long enough to screw through the hub adaptor and have a nut on the other side... they appear to be M2x at least 16mm. I will edit this when my wheel sets arrive next week. I know, it is like pulling teeth to get exact measurements. Buyers need to put better feedback other than 'looks great' or 'does the job. Pleas make a habit of giving real feedback and dimensions and stuff like that. It would help fellow buyers immensely.

2019-12-28 03:35:33 Yararlı (0)
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Q: cuál es la medida de diámetro y de ancho

Soran angeljesusgarci Açık 2019-03-07 05:45:54

Calcifer what is the measure of diameter and width? I believe they will be the same dimensions as the standard WPL wheel

2019-12-28 02:03:02 Yararlı (0)
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Q: é um par de rodas traseiras ou dianteiras?

Soran Kals Açık 2018-11-16 07:22:15

Calcifer This is a dual rear wheel set for one rear corner... 2 rims, one hub and the screws. So, each rear corner of a B-1 requires one of these sets of two rims, one rear hub and the screws. These same rims can be used on the front (only one rim) and requires a different front hub, which is a spacer that looks like a brake drum. This is exactly how real trucks wheels mount. If you have a B-1 you will need two of these sets. If you have a B-36 (6 wheel) you will need 4 sets of these for the rear two axles. Both the B-1 and B-36 also need two front wheel kits each..... or you can buy a 4 wheel or 6 wheel kit with all of the hubs, rims, screws required in black, red or silver rims. As pictured, you need to use your own tires, or buy tires as well.

2019-12-28 01:58:52 Yararlı (0)
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Calcifer I read it as what the picture shows... this set does ONE corner. A B-1 needs two of these sets... one for each side of the rear axle. A B36 (6 wheeler) needs 4 of these sets. I believe that whoever translated this mistook hubs for rims. The picture shows clearly what you are buying.

2019-12-28 01:12:36 Yararlı (0)
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Glitter if you wait for too long,you can search the CS for help.

2019-12-11 04:09:02 Yararlı (0)
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Calcifer The 580 is 1:14 scale according to most ads, but so is the 550.... the 580 is noticeably larger than the 550, so I believe the 580 is actually 1:12 scale (and weighs around 10kg,)

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