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Why We Can't Always Provide Spare Part Specs

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  • Category: Beginner Guides, Tips and Tricks
  • The spare parts that we carry are direct replacements for the parent products the manufacturers produce, and the manufacturer does not generally provide specific dimensions for them. Since our Customer Service Team Members are not at the same location as the warehouse they do not have the ability to measure these parts and the warehouse is simply not equipped to handle these requests. With over 10,000 spare parts in stock it is not feasible nor cost effective to go back through each item to obtain measurements and post them to our website. For those customers engaged in custom projects, if you order...

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    Why We Can't Always Provide Spare Part Specs

    Posted by Motion RC on |

  • Category: Beginner Guides, Tips and Tricks
  • The spare parts that we carry are direct replacements for the parent products the manufacturers produce, and the manufacturer does not generally provide specific dimensions for them. Since our Customer Service Team Members are not at the same location as the warehouse they do not have the ability to measure these parts and the warehouse is simply not equipped to handle these requests. With over 10,000 spare parts in stock it is not feasible nor cost effective to go back through each item to obtain measurements and post them to our website. For those customers engaged in custom projects, if you order...

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    (VIDEO) Dynam Twin Engine ESC Calibration

    Posted by Motion RC on |

  • Category: How To Guides - Basic
  • Here is a video that demonstrates how to properly calibrate your ESCs for all Dynam twin models.

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    Regarding The Dynam V2 Retracts

    Posted by Motion RC on |

  • Category: How To Guides - Basic, Tips and Tricks
  • It's important for customers to note that the new Dynam V2 retracts have the same 10-12 second delay as the V1 retracts.  Although the internal mechanism has been upgraded and improved, the delay is the same.  Once you plug in your retracts, wait 10-12 seconds and then you should hear a "click".  Once you hear the click the retracts are ready for cycling and should work perfectly. This delay appears to apply to digital radios only.  Using a non-computer radio (like the Gavin 6A as example) causes no delay with the V2 retracts.   We recommend that you test your Dynam V2 retracts...

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    LiPo Charger Wattage vs Amperage - max charging rates explained

    Posted by Tom Ellison on |

  • Category: How To Guides - Basic
  • Charger Wattage vs Amperage - max charging rates explained Many chargers are rated with a max wattage and amperage but these maximums cannot be realized in all situations with batteries of all sizes. How can you decipher the specifications to find the maximum amperage capability of a charger for various battery sizes? AMPS = WATTS / VOLTS Using this formula allows us to figure out a charger’s maximum amperage capability for batteries of different sizes. First, recall the voltages of various size LiPo batteries: 2 cell LiPo = 8.4V max 3 cell LiPo = 12.6V max 4 cell LiPo =...

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    Modifying Your Model

    Posted by Todd Breda on |

  • Category: FAQ
  • We get a good amount of customers asking questions regarding the modification of their models.  Modifying your model is a common practice in this hobby and can be rewarding and even in some cases (mainly models that have been on the market for years), necessary.  However, there's a few things you should know before considering modifying a model you have purchased from us. The models we sell have specifically been designed for the components they come with.  This includes the power system, servos and landing gear.  Especially the more current models from Freewing and FlightLine RC where we have worked with them...

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