Outcast savox sw-1210sg w/ glitch buster

Armydad72

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Really stupid question but were in the blue hell do i plug in the glitch buster in my outcast. LOL I think slot 3 but not sure. and is tehre any thing else i need to do besides plug and play.

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Armydad72

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I can't get it to work do I need to do something else to the truck for it to work?
 

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I used industrial strength Velcro on the chassis brace.
Little piece on the brace, little piece on the buster, and voila.
As TobyJ noted, any open port will do.
Just ensure you have the polarity right.
The black wire is at the outer most pin slot on the rx.
You'll notice there is no ground...just a pos and neg wire.
I used the B port on the receiver...which is where you would normally plug in a stand alone BEC if the one onboard the ESC wasn't up to task.

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I used industrial strength Velcro on the chassis brace.
Little piece on the brace, little piece on the buster, and voila.
As TobyJ noted, any open port will do.
Just ensure you have the polarity right.
The black wire is at the outer most pin slot on the rx.
You'll notice there is no ground...just a pos and neg wire.
I used the B port on the receiver...which is where you would normally plug in a stand alone BEC if the one onboard the ESC wasn't up to task.

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Where do you get industrial strength velcro?
 
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