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    Default Need help finding a part for my rc car

    As I probably mentioned in my bio, I am a beginner. I don't know which parts to use. The only one I am struggling on is to find a rc receiver and transmitter. Can someone please tell me where I can possibly find one and which one works?

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    hobbyking .com
    if your in the usa choose the us store .
    https://hobbyking.com/en_us/hobbykin...battery-1.html
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    This is quite off topic but would you also maybe know how to connect the motors to the rc receiver

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    Quote Originally Posted by anandokobro64 View Post
    This is quite off topic but would you also maybe know how to connect the motors to the rc receiver
    Brushless motors are connected to an electronic speed controller (ESC) with three wires. The order of the connection doesn't matter. If the motor spins the wrong way, switch two of the wires. The ESC connects to your receiver with a servo style plug on the throttle channel. Most often, the ESC is what powers your receiver so that it can communicate with your transmitter.
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    But what if my motor has 2 wires

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    Quote Originally Posted by anandokobro64 View Post
    But what if my motor has 2 wires
    Then you have a brushed motor. It still connects to your speed controller. The speed controller still connects to your receiver.
    Vac-U-Tug Jr (13mph)

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    Ok thanks

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    So if I buy the product on https://hobbyking.com/en_us/hobbykin...html?wrh_pdp=3 then do I get everything I need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anandokobro64 View Post
    So if I buy the product on https://hobbyking.com/en_us/hobbykin...html?wrh_pdp=3 then do I get everything I need?
    far as transmitter and receiver ,yes .

    if you want to save a few bucks and use aa batteries here you go
    https://hobbyking.com/en_us/hobbykin...io-system.html
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    s-l16001.jpgThis is on E-Bay ,, very nice unit Dose all that you would need for your Car ,, I use one in my Boats ,,, comes with a Rx SR310 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Spektrum-RC...vfp:rk:12:pf:0
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    Do you possibly know any other store that does not have such a high shipping price? I live in Canada, so would you know any store that ships to Canada for less?

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    Where abouts in BC are you my friend? There are local stores that may be of help. SN Hobbies in New Westminster is an online store.

    And welcome to the forum,
    Shawn

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