I am so glad I wasn't the only one who noticed this XD
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ravetrooperMember Since 29 Oct 2014
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I modify/paint NERF blasters, compose and produce EDM, and serve the Empire as Darth Vader's personal DJ.
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08 May 2017 - 03:20 AM
23 April 2017 - 02:19 AM
I can't say that I've seen any RS diagrams with flywheel braking. But, it would be no different from flywheel braking on a stryfe. You need to wire it so that the normally CLOSED terminal of the rev switch connects the flywheel motors to themselves via the common terminal. I put the added wire in red:
Pretty sure that's right. As always, be sure to check with some non-rechargeable batteries (AAs or Cs or whatever) before connecting a LiPo in case there's a short.
To be clear: looks like MTB is using a two switch build in this video. Is that what you're doing?
I accomplished it by simply connecting the rev switch's normally open to any other wire that leads to the negative side of the motors. In my case, the easiest was just to solder it onto the same wire that activates motor braking for the pusher.
04 April 2017 - 03:40 PM
For those of us without Prime, and who want stryfes, they're pretty cheap at Kmart right now.
Nice! Thanks for that
24 March 2017 - 01:47 AM
My mom doesn't let me do anything that involves exchanging addresses.
Could you post pictures of the adapters with a time stamp so I can show my mom that you're legit and mean no harm?
Nevermind, my dad shot the idea down, sorry Draconis, it isn't happening. Thank you for the offer though
Bro, just have stuff sent to your post office for pickup instead of giving out your address; problem (hopefully) solved??