rc12e - how to get started with it

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1911Colt wrote: Tue May 14, 2024 4:44 pm Did you get an answer to the Futaba G plug configuration question you posed earlier? This is what I believe it is. To be sure, though, just use an ohmmeter on the servo side.
I got an adapter that let me plug the older G servos into a modern receiver. The servos both worked, though I am not sure if they are old or if they were always so slow.

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Looking at the body I saw a similar paint scheme on a 1/10 bolink prepainted body
Going through forum posts here I found
https://www.rc10talk.com/viewtopic.php?t=22793

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Does the body on my car look like the Bolink 2048 '75 camaro?

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Post by Dangeruss »

Body looks really good all polished up. Nice work! ...But it isn't a 2048 Camao:

https://www.rjspeed.com/bodies/Bolink/BL2048.html

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Your body is a Firebird/Trans Am. I don't recall who made the body back in the day but TBG is currently reproducing it:

https://teambluegroove.com/products/vintage-1970s-firebird-body-1-12-scale-vintage-rc12l-rc-12-starsky-and-hutch-rc

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A couple originals have sold recently-ish, with one currently for sale:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/156044543107

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Dangeruss wrote: Wed May 15, 2024 8:54 pm Body looks really good all polished up. Nice work! ...But it isn't a 2048 Camao:

https://www.rjspeed.com/bodies/Bolink/BL2048.html

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Your body is a Firebird/Trans Am. I don't recall who made the body back in the day but TBG is currently reproducing it:

https://teambluegroove.com/products/vintage-1970s-firebird-body-1-12-scale-vintage-rc12l-rc-12-starsky-and-hutch-rc

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A couple originals have sold recently-ish, with one currently for sale:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/156044543107

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Thanks!

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