Waterproofing

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Babaknt
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Joined: 04 Jan 2016, 15:59
Blinky 17.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 13.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 10.5 Brushless: No
Super Touring Modified: No
MotorBikes: No
Vehicle Make(S): Xray T4
ESC Makes and Models: LRP WorksTeam
Location: Surrey

Waterproofing

Postby Babaknt » 29 Jun 2016, 16:07

Guys,
Whats the best method to 'waterproof' the electronics for damp or rainy driving?
My Savox servo is waterproof but the ESC + Motor sensor is not.
Thanks
Babak Tizkar

jaywestwood
Posts: 140
Joined: 19 Aug 2008, 19:55
Blinky 17.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 13.5 Brushless: Yes
Stock Touring 10.5 Brushless: No
Super Touring Modified: Yes
MotorBikes: No
Vehicle Make(S): RC Disco/XRAY,WFX additive,Wavey Davey Graphix,
ESC Makes and Models: LRP Flow, Sp

Re: Waterproofing

Postby jaywestwood » 30 Jun 2016, 19:46

There are a couple of options..
1) you can put all electrics in a box/container
2) you can cover all in shoe goo as it peels off after

Most serious racers will have a wet car so it's easier to just do it all once then leave it

Hope this helps
Jay Westwood