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05-16-2009 08:03 PM
sam_m
Re: Maxxas MX-3 Wiring Question

Checked this afternoon, and they bother seem to be 500k. Just in case anyone else wanted to know.
05-16-2009 03:47 PM
Jacob K
Re: Maxxas MX-3 Wiring Question

Thanks a lot.
05-16-2009 12:11 PM
sam_m
Re: Maxxas MX-3 Wiring Question

Thanks - I'm not terribly electrically minded as it were, but my Dad's a clever chap so I'll get him to check it over later.

Sorry about the jealousy thing, I'll help by not posting any pics.

05-16-2009 10:28 AM
Jacob K
Re: Maxxas MX-3 Wiring Question

You can check it with a multimeter by measuring between the two outer pins.

And I am jealous of your Maxxas. Very.
05-15-2009 01:11 PM
sam_m
Maxxas MX-3 Wiring Question

Would anyone happen to know what value pots were used as stock in the MX-3s?

It's a '87 model if that makes any difference. I just whipped the tone pot out, but there are no markings on it that give the value of the pot.

Any help would be great, as Google gives nothing. Or is this something I can check/get checked with a multimeter?

cheers,

sam

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