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Old 12-08-2009, 01:14 PM
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Originally Posted by nightcrawler View Post
i wanna hit up some water an snow with my ax but not sure about what all should be water proofed motors a given but what about the servos ? and what do ya usei thought about condoms hahah

Motor is probably the least of your worries. ESC, Rx, and servo's need to be waterproofed and you could use condom's if ya want (unlubed'd probably be better...) or balloons...
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