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How-to thread by me :)

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#1
Hi,

So I'm going to make some how-to threads.
The reason why is:

Thursday, I sprained my ankle. Result: there is a tear in my ligament in my left ankle. Next week I was going to do a summer job but the doctor said I could not because I almost can't walk.
I have to wear a splint for 4 weeks and also have to go 3weeks to a person who is going to move my ankle and stuff. (Kine or kiné in Dutch) :)
So I can't do much the first month of the holiday.

Now I saw that we haven't got "How-to threads" on the forum.
I want to try and make some. I already have 2 done.
Cleaning your ball bearings and Maintaining your brushless motor (LRP X-12)

I already took ma Ball diff apart and took photos just need to add some text.
Also I'm going to make a thread for rebuilding your shocks.

Also if you want that I do some others, you can always make suggestions (I only have a B4.1 so don't ask things about nitro :p)
some things I was thinking about:
replacing servo gears?
Glueing tires?
Eumh? :)

Still, this is a try to make some..
It's just that I have to do some think this month.. :D

Also, I want to thanks Sylvian a.k.a. AERacer for letting me do this and correcting the articles.
As you can already tell my English isn't that great..

Let me know what you think about it :)
 

LeeSc10

Well-Known Member
#2
I think it's a great idea. Will help out the newer people who join the hobby.
 

tmail61

Well-Known Member
Factory Member
#3
As you can already tell my English isn't that great.. :)
I've lived in America almost 62 years, I can't talk English (American English) some times!!!!!!!!!!

Your doing just fine! :)
 

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#5
Well thabks guys I have some more confidence now in my English :)
So yeah what do you want all in once or one each week or( saturday and wednesday)?

If you have some suggestions put them here! :)
 
#6
Hi,

So I'm going to make some how-to threads.
The reason why is:

Thursday, I sprained my ankle. Result: there is a tear in my ligament in my left ankle. Next week I was going to do a summer job but the doctor said I could not because I almost can't walk.
I have to wear a splint for 4 weeks and also have to go 3weeks to a person who is going to move my ankle and stuff. (Kine or kiné in Dutch) :)
So I can't do much the first month of the holiday.

Now I saw that we haven't got "How-to threads" on the forum.
I want to try and make some. I already have 2 done.
Cleaning your ball bearings and Maintaining your brushless motor (LRP X-12)

I already took ma Ball diff apart and took photos just need to add some text.
Also I'm going to make a thread for rebuilding your shocks.

Also if you want that I do some others, you can always make suggestions (I only have a B4.1 so don't ask things about nitro :p)
some things I was thinking about:
replacing servo gears?
Glueing tires?
Eumh? :)

Still, this is a try to make some..
It's just that I have to do some think this month.. :D

Also, I want to thanks Sylvian a.k.a. AERacer for letting me do this and correcting the articles.
As you can already tell my English isn't that great..

Let me know what you think about it :)
 
#7
Sorry about the previous post...acting like a noob again. Lol. I think How-to threads sound great. Could you possibly do one with a setup station? If not, how about using ride height and camber gauges? Good luck on your rehab.
 

tmail61

Well-Known Member
Factory Member
#8
"Thursday, I sprained my ankle. Result: there is a tear in my ligament in my left ankle."

Martijn we DO NOT need a how-to for a sprained ankle, :eek: :D

Get well soon!!!!!!
 

Martijn

Well-Known Member
#10
Sorry about the previous post...acting like a noob again. Lol. I think How-to threads sound great. Could you possibly do one with a setup station? If not, how about using ride height and camber gauges? Good luck on your rehab.
I don't have a setup station..
What do you want me to do with the ride height and camber gauge? show how to do it?