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Thread: Using a Castle ICE Aircraft Controller in FE boats

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    Great thanks

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    Can you guys tell me this the power rails in the picture are electrically isolated from one another? What I would like to do is make a extrusion just like the other side of the controller and mount water tube to both sides. My concern is that if I bridge the pos and neg sides of the controller with the extrusion that it will short out the controller.



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    I also received two of the 200 lite controllers and they appear to be built differently. One has some type of tape on the neg rail and the other has nothing. What kind of tape is this and can I just remove it to add the watercooling?

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    Just glue extrusions with arctic silver epoxy like the way everyone else is doing and it will be fine since it the epoxy isn't conductive

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    Wanted to post some pics of the aluminum cooling plates that my buddy made for me. First test today went great, really made a huge difference in cooling.

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    Thats pretty nice, did you make the metal yourself?

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    They were machined out of a block of square aluminum tubing.
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    Nice job Ray.

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    Can't take any credit for these except maybe being the Guinea pig that tried them first

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    Vary nice.

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    Raydee, how much did you pay to get those made? And who :)


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