– [RCSparks] All right, so Loading Wars is just around the corner; the RC game show that we made
up, of a warehouse debauchery and a whole bunch of fun with friends, and I want to get this hydraulic
model up and on the go, so the next thing, if you
guys have not been watching this build series, this is a Lesu, all
metal, hydraulic forklift, I just finished in the last
episode putting in the motor, the servos, the hydraulic block, the tank right here in the back, all the beautiful brass
highlights, and brass tubing, I installed the mast
that we built earlier, and like I said, now it’s
time for the small tubing. Now, thankfully, this isn’t
like the excavator tubing, the excavator tubing was very, very thick, and like it was more of a
plastic instead of a rubber, this type is just a little bit in between that kind of texture, so I find it’s gonna be a
little bit easier to work with. I considered removing
this whole inside block, and just taking it out, and making the tubes,
but when I look at it, and because this supply
tubing is fairly pliable, I figure I can do it right
in its own spot right here. So, the oil pipe length,
as you can see here, it’s not in color, of course
I wouldn’t expect it to be, 36 millimeters, and also 77 millimeters, so here’s the actual pieces
here, I could just take them out but I want it double
measure, because I know when the boom moves forward and backward, it needs a little bit more line here, and in the excavator build I did, it was better just to kinda eyeball it to see how much you needed. And here are some retainers,
these are small springs, sorry about the jumpy camera, there. These are pretty tiny though, these are gonna slide onto the piping, before you put it on
the final mounting area. Okay, looking at the instructions,
I want to get this right, it’s gonna be going from the top, here, down to the middle, so cut it. This part is not moving
on the boom, or mast. So like that, get one
of those retainers on, then a second retainer. Put that into place. Sorry guys, such small parts. (grunts) (laughs) Difficult to see on camera sometimes, when my hands get in the way there, gonna push these retainers into place, I’ve never used retainers like this, maybe I’ve gotta thread them on. And then a few minutes later,
you can see underneath, if I can focus in here, that now I don’t have to worry about any kind of kinks in the line, because these outer sheaths, here, will keep them from folding, right? So I don’t have any issue. These ones here, not too worried about, ’cause they’re not going to move at all. And then, here, my friends, are the two electronic speed controls. Anybody who follows my
show knows what those are, but there are two specifically here, one’s for brushed, which is this one here, that has the two wires sticking out, this is for the drive
motor and transmission that’s located in the front axle, and then there are, of course,
the brushless setup here, where we have three wires. This is a sensorless, brushless, ESC, which is Electronic Speed Control. So this will control the pump, this will control the drive motor. This is what it’ll look like set up, now, you’ll see, that both of these ESCs are connected to the same battery port, which is awesome, ’cause you don’t need to
run two different batteries. This one, on this side, I hooked
up to the outrunner motor, you’ll see orange to
red, yellow to yellow, and then blue to the black wire, here, and then on this side, these
two drive motors are just black and they’re actually unmarked. So, if that runs in
reverse, not a big deal, I can easily just switch the
plugs over and reverse them, and then that’ll reverse
the direction of the motor, so beautiful, I’ll mount these
up and get them plugged in to a receiver, but look at this: This one’s even labeled, “Hydraulics,” so I know that this one here is going to be my mixing channel, I’ll get to that more in a moment. ‘Kay, so at this point, I
just need to bind my receiver, this is a little six channel
receiver as you can see here, this is the radio I’m gonna use, it’s gonna be super straightforward, it’s also gonna have side controls here, if I need them, or buttons on the back
in case I need those, I don’t prefer the buttons, but you’ll see how I set up the mix, so we can do the controls on demand with the pump for the hydraulic fluid. (start-up beeps) Now, here you’ll see I’ve set up my hydraulic on channel five, as well as my steering on channel one, and my drive ESC on channel two, looks like a little bit
of a rats nest right now, but that’s okay, we’re gonna be able to see
clearly what’s going on here. Keep in mind, I still
have two servos over here, these wires, here, that
control the valves, so the lift, and the mast,
moving forward and backward, I’ll add those in a moment,
I just want to make sure that I’ve got the direction of my servo–. Of my steering servo proper, I have the direction of the
motor, of the brushless proper, and I have the drive motor proper. But before I start up the pump, I wanna make sure to have
hydraulic fluid in there. So, I’m gonna open this up and add some hydraulic fluid right now. (clang) There we go. Once I’ve got one pipette in there, I’m gonna make sure to
have one on standby, just so I can ensure that
when that pump starts, there’s gonna be enough
fluid for it to consume. Somebody had mentioned to me that I actually have to not forget to install the hydraulic
pressure relief valve, but this model actually
doesn’t come with one that you have to install, it’s already preset at the factory, and you don’t have to touch it at all. ‘Kay, now I’ll add that
battery just to ensure we’ve got the motor directions proper. (beeping) Nice. Both are on. Let’s see here, if I want to turn… (wheels turning) Ooh, that’s a nice strong servo, but I’m having a little bit–. A sticking issue there, I see. Well, it just needs to
be investigated into why. Not bad, though. That works, and then the drive… So quiet! Micro ESC 320 Amp NG-SP-4232, what does the internet say? Okay, let me see. Working voltage, up to 12 volts. So, it should be able to
take a 3-cell, even though sometimes, 3-cells can be
overcharged almost 13 volts. Now, I’ve already
learned from other builds not to put the final resting plate on, and put all this rat’s nest away until you test the hydraulics. And that’s what I’m
going to do, right now, just to try to get these lines charged up, but first, what I wanna
do, is to make sure that I’ve mixed my channels properly. I don’t even have them plugged in yet, so how could they be done properly? Well, number one, I have
to identify which RAM is–. Or which valve is controlling which RAM. So, I’m gonna go ahead, plug these into channels three and f–. Uh, no, pardon me. Into channels four and six, and then I’ll mix them
in with channel five. Okay, mixing can be fairly
intimidating for some folks, including me, it’s always a challenge, trying to figure out your mixes. But I’ll try to make it super simple here, so down to mix, oh, that’s the auxiliary channel. Mix, so, this is how I’ve done it, in case you guys are following along, I’ve actually decided to
make the pump channel six, it makes it so much easier. I’ve activated mix number one, and I’ve set my master to be the action that I’m asking the forklift to do, for example, the lift, and so, I want the–. When I activate lift, bu pulling–. Actually, that’s not
lift, it’s actually boom. So, when I push boom forward, I want it to activate the
pump, at the same time, so that’s channel six. There’s no offset, which means, an offset would be like, one
activates before the other one does, but you can see,
on the negative side, when I’m going negative, it’s
going to be positive 100, I know that’s very confusing. But on the positive side, it’s gonna be negative 100, and the reason why, is
because I’m getting the servo to open and close the
valve on either side, with the action I’m asking it to do. So, I’m sure I’ve lost
most of my viewers by now, let me know if you’re still watching, or if there’s only like two
people that comment on this, I’m gonna have to skip this next time. Mix number two, check it out, so that now I’m using my elevator channel to raise the boom, so as the same time, I’m
activating the elevator, I’m also activating the pump, same on the negative and positive. So, this means I’m not
running the pump all the time, and we don’t have to
have a bypass channel. So, but to do this, you
actually have to assign the pump an actual channel, so what I did was, I went to channel number six, I assigned it switch SwB, which
is a three position switch. I did that by going into the SW switches, and choosing switch number 3. Why do I do a three
position switch on that? Because a simple up and
down won’t be good enough when you go to try to program it. So, there you go, you have to have that
positive and negative side, and then the neutral in the middle, so hopefully that helps you. If you have any questions about mixing, post them up in the comment section, but that should help
you if you’re building, and this will help overall
in your knowledge of mixing. Let me see here, if I move it–. That’s steering. No mixing yet, okay. A ha, I figured it out, of course, one of the
things that it doesn’t say on the brushless one, is what make it is, but it does have one of
the set buttons on it, now the set button itself,
I put the blue dot there, just to know the on position, the set button itself helps you set the neutral, forward, and reverse, you have to set that up
before you get any action. Now, I did have it run there
for a moment off-camera, so I’m gonna refill the tank, as long as I got my camera
pointed the right way, you’ll see it takes quite a bit of fluid, I emptied that right out. ‘Kay, let’s try that again… (high pitch whirring) Oh. I think I’m actually going
the wrong direction, there. Okay, now forgive me, for
you guys it’s been seconds, for me, I’ve actually been working at this for about 30 minutes off-camera,
just charging the system, because I know people building this, and first charging the system, they’re gonna think that it’s not working, or, do they have the
direction of the motor proper, and I’ve been switching
back and forth, myself, because the instructions
give you no indication on how you should be setting this up. (High pitch whirring) Come on… (quieter whirring) Back and forth action. (high pitch whirring) It’s very weird that it’s set up that way. (high pitch whirring) Is it fighting itself,
I’ve just gotta make sure, when it goes forward,
it’s got plenty of room on the piping that we gave it. Bah! Then I ran into issues, I
know, it’s like a nightmare with these hydraulics, you would
think they would be easier, you would think the flow
would actually work, but–. Oh, there’s some good
things, and some bad things about me being one of the first
people to build RC products, some of the bad things that I experience is looking like a fool when the
instructions are done wrong, or are very difficult to read. The good thing is, is that
I get to help out people that are actually watching along, and I actually have already
had a whole night’s sleep in between the last scene and this one. And what I figured out, as
I was thinking about it, is that, what I was having a problem with, was these lines blowing off, which means I was having a return problem. So, I looked at the lines in the book, and I looked at the lines… Here, and it shows that off
of this block, right here, there’s two lines going
to this center piece, but that doesn’t make sense to me, unless they’re both returns. So, looking at the top and the bottom, these ones were supposed to go this side, and somewhere under here,
but actually, these two–. This top one goes to the outside pin, the bottom one goes to the inside here, and then these two, they
actually get scooted over, so if you guys are
actually building along, look at this right here, ’cause this is how it should be done. I’m sure they’ll change
their instruction book after this today. ‘Kay, so it’s never as easy
as you think it’s going to be in the beginning, but I do have
the hydraulics working now. (high pitch whirring) Eh? What do you think? Oh, almost, there we go. And then forward and backward. (high pitch whirring) So, you wanted to make sure
you had enough line here, so that when it stretches out,
it’s not pulling on anything. But at the same time, you
don’t want too much there, ’cause it gets all bunched up. (whirring) Now, the problem I’m running into, here, as you can see, a slack
chain, on both sides. And what I think I’m finding out, is that the paint is actually
affecting the roller. See, it’s not rolling? Now, you would think this
doesn’t have enough weight in the front, but when I go to pull it, there’s quite a bit of resistance there, which means, I’m gonna have
to take these bolts out, and look at the assembly here to make this roll a little smoother. I just want to mention, now
that I’m done bleeding the air out of the tank, you’ll see
that I’ve actually changed this out to be a gasket fitted screw, so all the air has been
bled out of the lines, and now I’ve sealed up the container. Now, what I did, was I just actually, instead of taking the paint off, I went inside, and I shaved
this roller down in size, by about one millimeter on both sides, and now it goes up and down, no problem. I’ve also situated the
electronics on the plate, and you’ll see there’s some
precut areas in the plate, you can’t see it under there, but there is a hole under
there for all these cables to come up and cross over
each other like this, that is where the receiver goes, and this is where the
battery goes on this plate. You can mess around, and
do whatever you want, you’d be very excited at
this point in the build, knowing that you could
lift things already, but one of the things
you’ll have to remember is: if you’re setting up dual
ESCs, into the receiver, you want to remove the red
wire from one of the ESCs because you only want one of those ESCs to power the receiver, you don’t want double power, because that can cause problems for you. So, I’ve gone over that in
other videos, but simply put: remove the red wire from one ESC plug. Cut it, clip it, or
whatever you need to do, then plug it in with just the
white and the black cable, and then leave the other ESC
with the red cable in there, and you have power. ‘Kay, so I’ve been trying to
get in the habit of showing more of my mistakes, even
though I know some people are building along with me,
and you might have to go back, but I just said, remove this
wire to the ESC, the red wire, and normally, if you’re
just plugging two ESCs into a receiver, that’s
the correct thing to do. Now, this, I noticed, because
I don’t have any instructions and I’m muddling my way through this, this, of course, has a
female coupler right here, which, basically, you’re
gonna put this together. I noticed, without this red wire, I did not get my drive motor to work, because it goes into the sound card, this is the sound card, which we’ll be putting some heat shrink on to protect it. Then you’ve got two coming out, power means, actually, throttle. This is the throttle plug, so you’re gonna want to
plug that into channel two, or whatever your throttle port is, the sound is gonna be
for the switch, the horn, or for you to activate the
sound when you turn it on. So, this is going to need
an additional channel. The way I had set my
receiver up was close, but since I had to switch things around, really what I’ve done, is I’ve put the sound on channel five, I’ve moved my mast, of course, to be on the elevator channel,
which makes more sense, which, for me, is channel number three, and then I’m gonna plug these two in, and give you an example sound. Now, you’ll see, all the ports are full, except for my battery/bind
plug, which is the very top one, that’s opened, so it’s a power plug. (beeping) ‘Kay, you can hear the sound card, sound card has a small
blinking light on it, it does have an extra port open, I’m not sure what that’s
for, but then on the side, (engine revving) There, a speaker underneath, (revving continues) and then you can move forward. It does not turn on when
you’re using the hydraulics. So smooth now, everything’s worked out. (lift lowering down) But, it does work when you
move backwards and forwards. And there is a horn, although, I’m still trying to figure out how to do the horn without
turning off the machine. That didn’t take long. (honking) So, what you gotta do, is
you gotta push up twice, (honking) and then if you just push
up once, and then down, it turns it off, so then it–. If I push down again, it’ll turn it on. (revving engine) If I push up twice, up, up. Horn. And then up once, down, turns it off. Sweet. Somebody asked me to do a
comparison between this, and the Carson forklift. They are identical in size, I would say. They’re very close, can you imagine, Lesu was able to squeeze all this hydraulics and electronics on the inside? Unbelievable. This is the sound card, but
I just took some heat shrink, and put it around there, heated it up, and of course protected
all the electronics, this’ll be getting
pushed up inside the cab. I recognize this light controller, this looks a lot like a
Kappa light controller, but I don’t have any proper cables to help with the signals on the side, so signal lights for us, on Loading Wars isn’t really that important anyways, so I’m just going to go
ahead and solder the positive to the positive, and the
negative to the negative, for the lights, and then
that way, they all go on, when the machine goes on. So, basically, just like that. Well, that is a first. I can not figure out why
we’re not getting power to this little thing, no LED power at all. Everything was soldered together properly. No lights, these two
little toggle switches, they don’t do anything. I’ve got power to the receiver. No lights, no LEDs, what’s going on? Yeah, weird. I double checked all my
connections, double checked here, tried both sides, both ports, tried a different port to
see if I could power it up, but I must have a dead control board. Aw, bad luck. I’ll have to let Lesu know,
they’ll send me a new one, I’m sure. All right, well that’s too bad
about the light controller, but no big deal, it’s pretty minor in the grand scheme of
the huge build, for me! Sorry about bumping the camera, let’s see if this actually works here, so left and right… (cackling) I love it! ‘Kay, so sound unit. So, (honking) there it is. That’s on, (revving) forward and backward, and then mixing, so this should be back. So that’s mixing the pump, and then if I just go back,
and go up a little bit, pull back on the stick, beautiful. Still a little shaky,
I’m gonna work on that. (lift lowers) Probably just air in the lines, nice! Little smoother. ‘Kay, so I think it’s good
enough to seal up for now. Let’s close it up. Turn it off. Now, the neat thing about
this, that’s different from the Carson, ’cause the Carson was a bunch of Phillips head
screws that you had to remove, four of them, this actually has a clip system, so these two yellow perches up here, are actually just kinda like, a lip. It’s genius how they make it
a nice, quick, easy release and you can remove the whole
top to access everything, so let me clean up the rat’s nest, make it a little bit less messy, and then I’ll clip it on and show ya. Well, guys, it’s been an awesome build, I hope you’ve enjoyed it, and of course, now we get to enjoy a
little bit of action. Now, you’ll see, when I’ve
clipped this together, it’s got a little bit of a gap, here, this is where I see the only
advantage over the plastic one, is we were able to screw
down in four separate areas, but I really like the easy
access point of being able just to move it around. Holy cow! This thing has some weight to it, guys! Jeez, I wish the lights
were working right now, but I will work on that,
that will be coming up, but let me fire up that
sound kit, let me see here… So if I go, one… Up, down. Did I plug it in? There we go. (laughing) Hard to tell without the lights on! (laughing) So, raise up. Sweet. And down. And then mast forward and backward. Sweet deal. Forks are no higher than a
centimeter off the ground at all times, what about
the turning radius? I got it all set up on one, can I back up? Listen to this: Let me turn this off for a second. Listen to how silent this is. (quiet turning) Amazing. Tight turning radius, too, guys. How’s it gonna do with some weight on it, shall we do the first lift? I think I got the perfect thing in the spirit of Loading Wars. (sigh) There you go, (laughs) I think, although, we should
move it from one shelf, and put it on top of the other. Oh, is this palette gonna
let me even do that? Here, precarious. You know why? What priority is our safety guys? Post it up. Now, the Carson forklift, there’s no way would lift a can of anything. Fork should be this low. I know, Crazy Joe’s
watching right now, saying, “Cheating!” (laughs) Now, can we do this? Up. Ooh, beautiful. (lift raising) No problem, at all! Look how smooth that is! Now, if we’re forklift failing, we should turn right now and see. Look at it turn! Limited slip differential, guys. This is how most of the
forklift fail videos start. (Error sound) (soft jingle) Ooh, penalty. I just hit the rack. Now, there we go! Speaking of penalty, guys, check out this weekend’s
coming Loading Wars, we’re gonna be using this
forklift as the penalty, of course, getting the guys used to it, and of course, oh! Can I get this off the palette? Come on! Come on! Oh, man! One of the funky palettes
with some weight on it. There we go. (engine revving) Oh… Yeah! We did it, guys. Thanks a lot for joining me in the build! I hope you’ve enjoyed it! I’ve definitely enjoyed sharing
the build with you guys, hopefully you’re inspired
to try out the RC hobby if you haven’t done so already, or maybe explore a
different area of the hobby that you never thought
could be fun before, you never know what’s waiting
for you in the RC hobby, and we’ll see you in the next episode of RC Adventures, guys, now get outside and have fun with RC, or like me, stay inside, and build one!


  1. Oh man, what a beauty!!!! It was good hanging out with u on Thurdays live n maybe one day u can join my Friday night hangouts n have a happier topic to talk about.

  2. You would think that with Lesu being a major name in the rc hydraulic world they would take a little extra time with the instruction manual and get it right. especially with a kit costing well over $1,000. Still fun watching.

  3. Glad you are still going. 3 channels I sub to "RC" related have stopped due to COPPA and 4 others will stop 1st dec.  What a joke AND that's in the UK where the FCC have no power!

  4. I never had to program any kind of mixing before but watching you do it gave me the confidence to know I can do it. Great video, amazing content, go team Canada. ???

  5. Yes I am following along all the way to the end on every single video that you put out I'd love stuff like this that is hydraulically done

  6. G'day Medic, wow looks and runs great, never silly my friend your an awesome problem solver, theres nothing like a good nights sleep to help solve a problem, love your work mate.??

  7. This may seem dumb because the hydraulic systems on a real loader or forklift are much different in there design, but the hydraulic tank needs a breather on them. The expansion and contraction of the oil may be causing cavitation in your pump causing the hydraulics to not be smooth. It may be causing an air lock in the system.
    This is an AWESOME build! I would love to see more builds like this and the excavator. Maybe a truck of some sort!!! Keep them coming!

  8. 9:25, still watching, setting up the controller and mixxing type of stuff is always interesting. Almost should be a seperate playlist so that infomation can be easier.

  9. Lol, running a fork lift. Would never have considered an RC fork lift as fun till watching loading wars. Great build Medic! & yes of course I watched the all the way through, even the part programming the controller.

  10. I really like your reviews and shows they are very refreshing and I also do like to go out to ride my RC’s, build, and watch all of ur channels, keep up the good videos I’m soaking them up like a sponge does water. 😉 you are my RC idol 🙂

  11. I personally find watching someone programming a rc controller is fascinating. If you lost any viewers from disinterest, it certainly wasn't me. Awesome content Medic ?

  12. GREAT BUILD!!! So impressed how you figured everything out and got it to work. Thanks so much Sharing!!! Please keep the mixing part in next time. We need to learn that. I know i do..LOL

  13. And yes medic thank you for the mixing info. Actually if you could go through both futaba and spektrum transmitters. That would be awesome and I'm sure much appreciated.

  14. Loved seeing it all finished up. Will be great with lights. Yeah, totally different capabilities than the Carson (though I like that one too, for what it is). Waiting for a reveal of a second Lesu some day … for the Wars ?

  15. 100% positive……….. another thing im seeing is im being unsubbed to channels and for this video its showing im not subbed to your channel which is odd being we have been subbed for 7 yrs 8 yrs now? i wonder why that is happening to me. lol

  16. Hi, love to see your build and channel. I just come across the flysky remote control you use on this forklift. How did you get that 3 mixer inside your remote? Did you update the firmware and what system you have in your remote? Thankyou

  17. Watched.. but can you buy a plane ticket to come down to Australia to program mine if i ever get one. ??i will give you a heads up when that happens..maybe when they release the RTR version of this. ?

  18. Watching this about three-quarters of the way through there have been three commercials about Legos RC cars looks like they're trying to make your Channel a kids channel

  19. Excellent construction, the result is really perfect, some problems with the editing but quickly resolved, maybe they would have that Lesu another sort of notice more detailed. The final test was very good, excellent fluidity for this super Forklift !! And a Penalty to remember for a next video ? Very good job !!

  20. Hey.
    Great to follow your great channel only wish I could have the same gear you have. I'm getting there though..
    I also want to say that it almost brings me a little tear in the eye when I see how you pay back to your awesome friends. ???
    Now to the matter at hand.
    I wonder why you've set up your controller to have drive like fwd/rev left/right on your right stick and the boom controls on the left stick?
    Irl it would be the other way 99 times out of 100.
    Just wondering.
    Great great super channel that I've been following for a long time. Mostly I love construction and alike.
    Keep the great work up

  21. If it's possible. Can you mix in a throttle curve on the hydraulic pump. If the radio supports it.So you can have a slower more controlled movement when you setting up for a pallet.
    So a bit of stick input say mixes in 40% throttle and so on.

  22. Liked the added part showing the mixing. Awesome build. One comment. Not sure how hot that oil will ever get but I imagine it could if used long enough. That being said it will create pressure. It does to real world equipment anyhow. Most Cat equipment has a sealed tank but some machines (928 loaders come to mind) anyway thought it might help with bleeding your system and preventing those lines popping off or leaking. Also if there is a way to neutralize the spools you may be able to bleed the mast cylinders that way going to full raise and then letting them bleed down slowly. Hope any of that helps. Great build.

  23. Again, another excellent video. I'm playing catch up with all the video notifications. Need to schedule my work schedule around your videos lol

  24. Nice build, but the hydraulic tank still needs to be vented even though you blead it because the oil level/volume in the tank changes with the volume
    of the piston rods going in and out of the cylinders and creates a pressure/vaccum in the tank. also the volume in the system will change with temperature.
    Best of luck when you go to war! 🙂

  25. haha, love your videos. The whole reason I clicked this one is I saw the can of "Belgian Moon", which for us in the states is sold as "Blue Moon." One of my go to beers.

  26. But why wouldn't you want to start the pump before the servo for lifting the boom, wouldn't having the pump start at the same time create a lag?

  27. Awesome channel! One of my Favs! 9:20 Still Watching. Understand what you are doing with the settings and the controls but didn't follow your process because I was trying to think how you were going to drive the RC with what controls. At 10:30 you started to show the debugging. As a pro programmer that also teaches HS students robotics, ppl understand better if you explain one setting at a time and show the RC working the one setting before going onto the next. It may seem like talking newbi speak, but since your goal is to help newbies and pros alike, then you have speak both. Especially for complicated builds. Love the explanation about 2 ESCs and the debugging. Try a dental tool or other small pointing tool that is not black for pointing at these small items instead of a finger (unless you don't want to keep looking for yet another tool when trying to film/build at the same time). Dental tool is also useful for the getting servo pins out of the black connectors. Safety 3rd…er wrong vids. Safety priority 21st! Looking forward to enjoying all your vids!

  28. Excellent build Medic ? safety as everyone knows is the 21st priority ? I was really interested in the mix setup, do you know if it will work the same on my RC4WD Excavator? I would like to do the same sort of thing. Looking forward to seeing this in loading wars ?

  29. Hi dude ! I look your work and I congrate you. This " gas-factory " seems so difficult to tune. Electronics, hydraulics, ask so many skills… the result is beyond I can imagine.. you succeed and you've earned your beer..

  30. Awesome man. Thanks so much for making these videos. I see a lot of diverse Rc vehicles in your videos. You keep me watching. Thanks from all of us at
    North Country Rc ToolBox.
    Herkimer NY

  31. Nah keep showing how to do the mix's an stuff, i just started watching your channel an def like to see how to program stuff

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