Wow what happened bro!? That sux looks like a lot of work
Looks like you ran into the garbage truck....cheese!It did Mr clean magic erase worked perfect!
I was doing some speed runs, when a concrete garbage can jumped in the way. When i attempted to avoid the can there was no servo response. So i went head on with the can and lost, i only bounced back about a foot. Considering the circumstances the nero held up pretty well, only about $200 in damages. Ebay & T/H helped cut the cost down plus extra parts.
Plus one for me again, lol...
So, a 20 tooth pinion on a Yowoo 6s 6000mah 100c battery WOT crash today. The battery is in a vented ammo can on discharge at the moment. Wishing I had a way to get it to 0v before I toss it. In the crash the battery tray was ripped from the car tearing the servo and ESC wires from the receiver box. I just got a servo wire kit and crimping tool the other day. Didn’t think I’d be using it for this, lol.
It was going between 60-70 mph on impact. The battery is dented on a couple spots. Almost punctured. I’m sitting next to it wile it discharges getting drunk, lol. The car went a little wild in the last seconds at full speed and went into the rocks on the side of the road. Flipped up and tumbled a couple times quick then hit a storm drain and stopped immediately tossing the battery with a mini light show as the battery disconnected.
One of the pillow balls popped out but nothing else seems to be broke at the moment. I’ll dig in this weekend... already looking at a new battery. Same thing only 5000mah. Ordered the bits off Jenny’s too.
I’m hoping the M2c chassis is still straight.View attachment 40187View attachment 40188View attachment 40189
A little two step JB Weld in the holes, before putting the screws in, goes a long way. Did the same thing for the side guard screws.Yup, there ain't much holding those battery trays down. Next time I rip mine out, I'll re-mount it with screws, nuts and washers, all the way through, and glue a rubber pad down to protect the battery from the screws.
I’m seriously considering a HR battery tray. I think it’s the only part I don’t have at this point and my new batteries are on the tight side in the stock tray as it is... I want to make Kydex clam shell protectors for my LiPo’s. Almost like a soap travel box. Easy enough to make one for each battery I own. Damaging batteries is expensive. Kydex is cheap. This is the second one for me.A little two step JB Weld in the holes, before putting the screws in, goes a long way. Did the same thing for the side guard screws.