I’M, a readiness to show you actually how to waterproof your kit – and you can see here the the box that all comes in that’s. Your very reusable putting you and batteries in to keep them dry in the lid there’s. A brief description of what’s in all where the kit contents are three options. Instead of a budget one to car one and an individual in the lid. Here you can see there’s a list of all the items that are and I’m just going to talk you through and those items and explain just briefly what they’re going to be used for so to start with there’s a point: five mil server, grease supply and applicator It’S Teflon based grease and obviously contains water. A painting, polymers Marashi, worked down to minus thirteen up two hundred eighty, so great for the sort of hazard conditions. You might be running your remote control, car in or any other vehicle, as that may be the case. There’S, a applicator with sort of five mil of HT silicones, it’s called, and this is really used for sitting around the plastic cases of electronics around. They try to speak control of heat sinks and fitting in the errors that really let water into your electronics and supplying this handy applicator and very easy to use the silicon as a high bond strength and is permanently elastic after curing so great for the sort of Vibration, that is present in a remote control car also withstand temperatures between minus fifteen right up to 280.
So no fear of putting this around the heatsink on your SC and worrying about it degrading, and this really is the stuff next thing: there’s an applicator nozzle, which goes with this HT and silicon it’s got a very fine end to it. So you can really get in some of those small holes. Get a nice neat job. However, you know if you want faster flowing just use it in without the nozzle on or cut the nozzle down to get the desired flow. That you’re looking for. You see everything’s laid out on the protective sheet supplied to the kit, very handy it’s, just a paper based. You can carry out all your process and then just just get rid of afterwards and well on protection there’s, a pack of protective gloves, latex gloves. So at least you’re not going to get silicone and the grease all over your hands. While you carry on the process pack, a couple of alcohol wipes and really used to clean up any and grease dirt, all temporary that might be on an electronics. So at least the silicone have a good adhesion it’s a couple of receiver straight esc balloons need to be more self explained. He would really must a quick way to em waterproofer, NESC and we’re we’re on that there’s got a cable ties to seal the neck of those balloons and also to tidy up electronics once you’ve got electronics back in you on the chassis cover, cocktail, sticks and very Handy for getting in hard to reach areas or moving the silicone or grease around and once you’ve got it on a couple of velcro dots of light and once you’ve carried out the process.
You’Ll want to get there. Let the electronics back on your chassis. These just allow you to fix them and obviously then remove and once they’re dirty, so you can clean up a car and then put electronics back on them to replace needing a double sided tape. Finally, there’s some electrical tape wrap around the shaft of this applicator that’s. Really Belton braces when you’re treating your batteries just to wrap around the connectors and really any other lecture connectors you haven’t, be kids.