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Old 01-09-2008, 01:06 AM
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My Micro Rs4 projects check them out

I am new here so
hope this works out here are couple pics of my micro projects check em out.still workin on them..:eek





Also looking for aluminum upgrades any info will help thanks...

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Old 01-09-2008, 06:52 AM
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You need to re-size your pictures to 800x600 or lower for best viewing.
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Old 01-09-2008, 07:20 AM
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I see that it says you may not edit your posts is there any way to change the picture size ?....thanks
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Old 01-09-2008, 12:02 PM
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I see that it says you may not edit your posts is there any way to change the picture size ?....thanks
What you need to do is resize the pictures on your computer and then upload to Imageshack to replace the larger versions.
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Holy huge pictures! LOL.

Yeah, change the image size in photoshop to 800x600. If you dont have photoshop you could also upload the pics onto Webshots and it auto resizes them for web viewing on there.

Then you just have to link to it and you can select what size of photo you want to post back in a forum

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Old 01-09-2008, 04:55 PM
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I use a very nice FREE software package called IrfanView to resize, adjust and sharpen my digital pictures. Works great and you can't beat the price.
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Now that is much better.....the only one that i could not grab was the third pic.....sorry if i edited it man.......kind of had too. So far looking good, but the only thing that bothers me with your setup is your esc....if you want a clean looking placement then i would use a small drop of shoo goo, this will look so much better then using a zip tie. You can click on the edit button at the bottom of your post to add in the third pic.
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ahhh ok that is much better now that Alfred fixed it.

I agree with what Alfred said, ditch the zip tie and shoe goo that sucker on there. The stuff is really really easy to work with. It just smells like ummm **** ... LOL. Make sure you have a fan goin to circulate the air.

The one that I use is Amazing Goop. It's from the same maker as Shoe Goo.
http://www.amazinggoop.com/amazinggoop/index.html


btw Alfred - Only a drop is needed to hold them down? LOL. Where ever the ESC / RX touched the plates I put down a trail of goop... heh. Not a thick over doing, but just enough so it coated the surface kind of thing.

I had to put a bigger amount on the battery trays, because of the way they sit in the trays.
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yes only a small penny size drop is needed......because it will spread once you press the sucker down for the goo to hold.......cure time would be around 30minutes.....you can also ziptie it down to keep it from shifting then cut it off.
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Old 01-10-2008, 07:59 PM
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Goop or Shoe Goo works extremely well and you don't need too much. Don't press the ESC down so much as to squeeze all the Goop from under though. I usually let my installations cure for 24hrs to be sure. The only downside is that removal takes a bit more effort than double sided foam tape.
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looking sharp dude i cant believe these are dying out !
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