Just a video of me showing how I waterproofed my WPL C24 RC. Not always 100% especially when I'm not taking my time or paying close attention at my waterproofing job. This usually works most of the time for me so try it at your own risk. Hope it helps! Like, comment, Subscribe and go RunThatRc!

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    • rc ph
      rc ph

      Just a suggestion drop of candle coat the chip with it and you have a waterproof esc mod.

      about 2 months ago
    • 747Fan
      747Fan

      Hi. Just wondering how you water proof the battery connectors?

      about 3 months ago
    • William Wallace
      William Wallace In reply to 747Fan

      You could make a boot of some kind if you were really concerned, but I think that like they said the electrical conductivity of the water and the large gap between the contacts (as well as the pressure fit/seal from them being connected) would just not be conductive enough to draw an arc when there is a much better path through the wiring. I prefer to make a ghetto boot or wrap my connectors or just... 3d print some crap so I can seal things in boxes and just run wires out with silicone seals around the wires.

      about 1 month ago
    • rc ph
      rc ph In reply to 747Fan

      I thing its fine for the connectors to get wet just saying

      about 2 months ago
    • FastDucky Gaming
      FastDucky Gaming

      Awesome! Your channel is growing fast! I wanna ask u a question, Is the b36 better or the c24?

      about 4 months ago
    • FastDucky Gaming
      FastDucky Gaming In reply to FastDucky Gaming

      RunThatRC thank you!

      about 4 months ago
    • RunThatRC
      RunThatRC In reply to FastDucky Gaming

      Out the box the b36 is a better buy. If you like to modify and like me love Toyotas! Then the c24 is a good truck to upgrade because it has 4 link suspension and is better off road! Also thanks for your support! Hope to get better at it as I go!

      about 4 months ago
    • Gabriel Silvaz
      Gabriel Silvaz

      I have a much more effective way to waterproof the ESC on my Quick tips and tricks video series I show how I upgrade that kind of ESC by using a makeshift injector to inject a black rubber sealant. It’s for more superior than Plasti dip it’s called prematex Black rubber sealant it takes longer to dry but is way more heavy duty plasti dip is great don’t get me wrong but for that kind of ESC injecting the black rubber sealant completely covers the entire chip inside the shrink tubing cover giving you a worry free Seal. I’m sure you’re Plasti dip is working just fine but On the other hand Plasti dip is easy to remove and scrape off accidentally That other stuff that I’m talking about is on another level but it also cost 14 times more at $9 for 1.5 ounces roughly enough for 8 or 10 ESC waterproof jobs.

      about 4 months ago
    • RunThatRC
      RunThatRC In reply to Gabriel Silvaz

      Will give it a try one day!

      about 4 months ago
    • RC With Popeye
      RC With Popeye

      I loved it. I have also lots of these

      about 4 months ago
    • RunThatRC
      RunThatRC In reply to RC With Popeye

      Yes these are cool. And the stuff you make out of the parts are great! Keep it up brother!

      about 4 months ago
    • Pedro Silva
      Pedro Silva

      Great tips!!
      How do u isolate the little hole in the gearbox!?
      Or the grease inside is enought!?
      Thanks.

      about 4 months ago
    • RunThatRC
      RunThatRC In reply to Pedro Silva

      You can apply waterproof grease on the hole, shafts and around the seem where the case splits for extra peace of mind. I just fill it full with grease and the gears spinning should sling it around everywhere and make a pretty good seal.

      about 4 months ago
    • Игрушки Toys Tv
      Игрушки Toys Tv

      Super 👍😀

      about 4 months ago