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TOPIC: Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC

Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 3 days ago #43765

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Hi Guys,
I'm slowly finalizing my Mountaineer resto and just noticed durinf the electronics installation that the resistor plate is missing.
I have never seen another model using such a resistor plate as the Mountaineer has 2 resistors like the Wild Willy.

If anyone has one laying around and want to sell it, please drop me a MP.
Thank you

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Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 3 days ago #43767

Sorry Manu. I never seen nor have this type of plate

Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 3 days ago #43770

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stingray-63 wrote: Sorry Manu. I never seen nor have this type of plate


No prob Flo..
Thank you for looking.
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Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 3 days ago #43772

I have a marui one . But not exactly the same.

Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 3 days ago #43773

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stingray-63 wrote: I have a marui one . But not exactly the same.


Merci bcp... But i really want the original one :whistle: :whistle:
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Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 2 days ago #43786

I have covers for the fox, Super shot, Wild one, Rough rider and of course the standard type but no Mountaineer :dry: I have passed on your request though, to a buddy with a load of spares that "may" have one :blink: I'll let you know .....
<p>If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)</p>

Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 2 days ago #43787

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andyaus wrote: I have covers for the fox, Super shot, Wild one, Rough rider and of course the standard type but no Mountaineer :dry: I have passed on your request though, to a buddy with a load of spares that "may" have one :blink: I'll let you know .....


Thanks a lot Andy !
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Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 2 days ago #43788

Does the original Bruiser also had this kind of resistor twin setup.
Because I just found that cover in my stash of MSCs (Bruiser runs a ESC)

Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 2 days ago #43789

Yes, the Bruiser has the same resistor cover as the Mountaineer.
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Mountaineer resitor plate for MSC 3 months 20 hours ago #43805

Hey are you sorted for this part now, Or would you like more for future projects? My buddy confirmed today that he is looking through his stock and that cover seemed familiar :)
<p>If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem mate :)</p>
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