Was loving my first V3 build until I found myself very frustrated trying to run the wiring down to the motor...in both a CYMA and an older Echo 1 body, I’m having a hard time finding a good spot to drop the wiring down between the gearbox and body. I bought a new Lonex trigger contact assembly and thin 16 gauge ECO wire to try to get more length so I could mold the wiring around the back of the gearbox and into the grove in the body where the grip ends up. Looking down from the top it looks like the is plenty of clearance between the body and gearbox shell, but even when hugging the outside of the rear of the gearbox the presence of the wire causes the gearbox to tilt, which can affect the nozzle to hop chamber seal and knocks the selector lever attachment point off-center. I feel like I’m missing something but every video I’ve found makes it seem like there’s much more space available than what I’m seeing. Can anyone help?