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Thread: Has a worthy ESC been born? The Castle XLX2 looks to be an excellent ESC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaceMechaniX View Post
    It's a 4-40 screw in each corner. 3/32" hex driver is standard for 4-40's.

    There is no need to grease the O-Ring. It's not sliding or rolling over something. It's a simple compression by the top cover. If you wish to know more you can read the Parker-Hannifin O-ring guide. It is the bible for O-rings.
    https://www.parker.com/Literature/O-...ORD%205700.pdf
    Thanks, Tyler...3/32" it is. While on my way to the LHS (need to pick up a few things for my land RCs), I'll swing by Home Depot to pick one up...or, better yet, a (small) imperial hex wrench set.

    As for that O-ring Bible, at almost 300 pages, it's a bit too long for my tastes. If I'm gonna be reading anything that long (or longer), it needs to have action, magic and/or spaceships in it...lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by RaceMechaniX View Post
    It's a 4-40 screw in each corner. 3/32" hex driver is standard for 4-40's.

    There is no need to grease the O-Ring. It's not sliding or rolling over something. It's a simple compression by the top cover. If you wish to know more you can read the Parker-Hannifin O-ring guide. It is the bible for O-rings.
    https://www.parker.com/Literature/O-...ORD%205700.pdf
    Sorry for the mis-information. 10-32 is the thread for the fittings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longballlumber View Post
    Sorry for the mis-information. 10-32 is the thread for the fittings.
    No worries. It all comes out in the wash...so to speak...lol


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    I got my Speedo sanded flat and ready for the cooling plate. I?m gonna toy with a retainer plate even with thermal poxy.
    "Look good doin' it"
    See the fleet

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