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Old 12-28-2011, 09:32 AM
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Check this place out, they have all you need to know about waterproofing.
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I have always used crossion-x. DON"T use silicon glue I found out he hard way it does not stay.

Liquid tape I found at home depot.
Corrosionx works. Ive tried everything else mentioned with some success until a breach is made and the water starts making its way in. The thing you have to remember is anyplace not sealed will allow water to get through. The ends of wires is the last place you think also but when submerged enough times water will go right through the wire like a pipe right to whatever you think is sealed.Corrosionx will penetrate and seal.
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I use liquid tape sometimes
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I sealed off a couple Axial electronics boxes with some Black RTV.

Seems to work just fine.
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Ive used balloons before but after seeing how my buddy Locked Up did his Im going to try this out. The box is a project box from radio shack (only a few bucks)



Here is the link to the build thread, specifically his electronics box.

http://www.rccrawler.com/forum/axial...ml#post2632492
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