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It's a 4 pin JST (Japan Solderless Terminal) 2.0 plug. You can find then in the usual place but the ones used for RC things tend to have rather stiff wire. Keeto used them before he went to the micro JST 1.0 plugs on his Incar-Pro chips.
 

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dead link .............
 

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They are the right size but they do have the very stiff wire on the plugs.
 

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No, the only one they do is part of a PC fan control and costs £8. I was desperate at the time....
 

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If you are really desperate ........ PM me
 

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Anybody....?
 

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And the verdict.....

A perfect fit!!!!!

Now for all your classic (F1) cars or other uses with very little space available....The way to go! Not only are the F1DPRchips the cheapest chips on the market nowadays, (maybe that will change because of increased demand now that this is out
) but they take up the very least amount of space (especially if you take the cover off, and turn the led into a remote led with wires (like the old F1 chip)




The wires are nicely pliable, they are even better than the ones Scalextric use in the contemporary F1 cars.



I like!!!!
 

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QUOTE (MrFlippant @ 16 Mar 2012, 16:48) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I bet if you wanted to, you could pry the plastic hooks up to slip out the wires and pins, then put them back in the proper color order for other chips.


Quite a good idea, to keep the color code standard!
Thanks!
 
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