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    • July 11, 2013 1:17 AM EDT

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      I have just finished a drop in module for a 7/8"n2 trail car.

      The module is made from sheet styrene and holds an RCS OMEGA-3 ESC + RX, 14.4 volts of AA ENELOOP batteries and a MyLocosound with Phoenix oval speaker.

      One of my # BIK-TC2 installation kits provides the ON - OFF switch, Charge jack, Fuse and LED power on on indicator.
      Wiring is really straightforward as the owner did not need separate headlight wiring to the (very old) LGB Stainz donor loco.

      I used a MyLocosound voltage controlled chuffing steam sound with an R/C controlled whistle.  The Phoenix oval speaker has lots of volume.
      The old Stainz loco is smooth but very noisy.  I think it might be an early sidewinder version as I have never seen a motor block like it.  There are slots in the motor block top just behind the fire box and I can see a motor through them at the back.  Not  in the middle where you would normally see a motor.
      This post was edited by Tony Walsham at July 11, 2013 1:19 AM EDT

      Best wishes,
      Tony Walsham

      Remote Control Systems.
        Modern technology. Old Fashioned reliability

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