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Kill switch

Discussion in 'HPI Baja' started by Mr D, Dec 6, 2017.

  1. Mr D

    Mr D New Member

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    is there a kill switch that I can fit to my hpi baja where I don’t have to strip the buggy down. Ideally connect into the existing wiring
     
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    Whoduh Well-Known Member

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    Nope, Not that I know of....


    Just dig in....get your hands dirty.... might be a pain in th a** but it will get you used to working on your car (if you aren't already used to it).
     
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    evssv Well-Known Member

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    :)agree^^..don't b afraid of ur car dude...;)....if u need to work on it and r unsure take ur time and take pics as u strip it down...then if u get stuck u got the pics to look at....;)...the dynamite kill switch is plug n play....but u still need to get to the coil.....
     
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    oskygt Well-Known Member

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    Go ahead, strip it down, you just might find something that needs replacing. and. It could save. you time. And hassles later. on.
     
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    Whoduh Well-Known Member

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    As you strip things off the car, put screws back into the parts they came from when you pulled them off....that way...no confusion as to where a screw goes and less chance of losing them...doing that along with taking the pics you should be good...plenty of videos on youtube too.
     
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  6. Scruffy

    Scruffy Well-Known Member

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    And that's all part of the fun of RCs
     
  7. voo2doo

    voo2doo Moderator
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    Grab yourself a KillerBee , I had these on all of my truck/buggies and they never failed me. There is some dis assembling involved but I think thats the great part of our hobby.I LOVE IT!:).
    J