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    need help with lights for the scaler. what should i use how do they get wired. I have a lead from my winch esc that i cut so it wouldn't fry my esc when pluging it into the receiver. its the black and red wires that usually plug into the receiver. can i wire them to that?

    would like rock lights under the frame as well as full head, tail, signal lights.

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: lighting help

    Look at these...I did this...a little expensive but not too bad for what you get.

    TLU-02 (Tamiya LED Light Control Unit)
    *** The Tamiya LED Light Control Unit TLU-02 enables various light effects when used with separately available Tamiya LED lights and LED Light Unit (TLU-01). The unit enhances overall appearance and realism of your electric radio control touring car. A total of 16 sets (32 lights) of LED Lights can be lit up by connecting two TLU-01 units. Set-up is similar to an ESC, and is simple to understand even for beginners.
    *Requires transmitter, battery, TLU-01 unit and LED lights (not included).

    Main light effects
    *Select headlights, position and fog lights to reproduce realistic evening and night driving.
    *Brake, backup lights and blinkers can be activated according to transmitter operation.
    *Hazard lights flash after car stops.
    *Realistic passing lights.
    *Lights flash during acceleration.
    *Siren-like LED Lights.
    *Unidirectional flashing of 8 LED Lights.
    *Back and forth flashing of 8 LED Lights.

    TLU-01 (Tamiya LED Light Unit) This is where all the lights plug into.
    ***This LED light unit can be used to light up as many as16 individual LED lights. Perfect for adding LED lights to your R/C models, improving realism and amazing your friends. Unit comes with 2 red and 2 white colored LED lights.

    Here is an example of what you can do...

    http://www.tamiyausa.com/movie/53937/movie1.wmv
    http://www.tamiyausa.com/movie/53937/movie2.wmv


    It is plug and play and you can add up to 16 pair of lights...
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    • #3
      Re: lighting help

      thats alot of lights..thanks dad that does look nice. , but twisted is going to help me wire her up at east coast now! so i will use what ever he has for me.

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      • #4
        Re: lighting help

        great information

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