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    Question integy fan plug???

    I bought an Integy single fan with the heat sink and it fit on like a glove. There is only one problem the connecter that comes on it wont fit into the esc ports.

    Does anyone know how to make this work?
    its not fun until something breaks

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    Haven't looked it up, but all you probably need is a JST to Futaba adapter.
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    That looks about right, Thanks!
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    run it to the batt slot on your receiver
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    That is the only product that I buy from Integy! The dual fan heatsink is a great idea. Integy uses aluminum that is so soft that you can bend it so you can get a tight fit on the motor can.
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    if you have a VXL, you it has the fan, you can buy a

    "genuine JVP products 2015 VXL Dual Fan Wire Harness"

    http://www.amazon.com/Genuine-JPV201...ywords=JPV2015


    I used this, and it has been working great for me for last 6 months. You don't have to buy that guys plug , just get something that looks like that lol
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    Where is the battery slot located?

    If anything I can go by my lhs and they'll custom make one for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fourdub View Post
    if you have a VXL, you it has the fan, you can buy a

    "genuine JVP products 2015 VXL Dual Fan Wire Harness"

    http://www.amazon.com/Genuine-JPV201...ywords=JPV2015


    I used this, and it has been working great for me for last 6 months. You don't have to buy that guys plug , just get something that looks like that lol


    wow! $10 for something that you could make for free.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo74 View Post
    wow! $10 for something that you could make for free.....
    answered question like a boss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo74 View Post
    wow! $10 for something that you could make for free.....
    I can never find the male/female connectors for JST plugs. Every time I search all I find is preassembled connectors on a few inches of wire. Do you know of a good place to get unassembled JST connectors so I can make my own wires from scratch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Old Boy View Post
    I can never find the male/female connectors for JST plugs. Every time I search all I find is preassembled connectors on a few inches of wire. Do you know of a good place to get unassembled JST connectors so I can make my own wires from scratch?
    my local hobby store has them

    let me see if I can find you anything online

    I have tons of JST and Fut J plugs though, if I need one bad enough, I will just cut, solder, and heatshrink


    found some (just searched for "JST plug" on ebay):

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/20Sets-X-JST...4AAOSw1XdUYkuw


    if you have a local fry's electronics, or a radio shack nearby, they may also have them
    Last edited by jimbo74; 06-04-2016 at 12:14 AM.

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    Thanks for the link Jimbo. Gonna buy a pack now.

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