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al equipment to one electric
ity supply b. an object that allows you to use electric
al equipment in countries where there is a different type of electric
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Component shop seems to prefer 'adapter'!
Whatever, glad you've got it sorted, or nearly.
2mm on the motor
is unusual! What motor
Who or what the blue blazes was 'Giant Cod'??? Google's answer -
HobbyKing is good for brushless
, BUT I now also Google the Type/Model number of the motor
that interests me on Hobbyking and sometimes I find the same thing cheaper here in Germany! Shop/Google around😉
Cheers, Doug 😎