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    Waterproofing?

    Could I waterproof a losi night crawler with boot waterproofing for like work boots? I don't know what it's called but its for waterproofing boots.

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    No. There are lots of ways to waterproof, but just spraying fabric sealer won't do the trick.

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    Really? Seem like it would work! I'll take ur word for it though

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    If you check YouTube there are literally dozens of ways to waterproof your RC's. I would watch a variety of options and decide which one you think will work best for your setup. I've heard good things about using something call Plasti-dip (or something like that). I personally just use epoxy and rubber cement, but some options work better than others depending on what your setup is.

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    If you use any option rather than a Tupperware container you probably will void any warranty. I plasti-dipped mine but I didn't care about my warranty. Like Kevin has stated you can check out you-tube to see how to do it and other ways people have waterproofed their RC's

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    There are lots of ways to do it for sure. I was wonderring if when you do if it would make say a brushless erevo as waterproof as a summit?? Didn't.know if that would be as good or not and thinking of getting a brushless for the.speed and didn't wanna.have to.worry about a bit of water ruining a six hundred dollar truck...

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