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Old 10-08-2008, 07:54 AM   #1
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Arrow Attention Traxxas Slash owners!!!!!

Attention Traxxas Slash owners!!!!!


Maxamps now has an LVA "low voltage alarm" That can be made to fit into any balance tap plug you may have on your li-po's. Yes now you can run Li-po's in your Stock Slash. This LVD can be ordered with the balance tap connector you use. You then Plug this tiny unit into your pack and it will show a sequence of lights for different voltage stages. Then when your pack get's to the critical voltage point it will sound an alarm.

For more information about this great little device check it out here:

2S Version: http://www.maxamps.com/Doohan-2S-LVA.htm

3S Version: http://www.maxamps.com/Doohan-3S-LVA.htm

Simply choose the balance tap you use and we install it on the unit for you. Then you simply plug the device into your pack when you use it.

Note: Never leave the LVA plugged into your pack when not in use. Doing so may drain the battery beyond the LVC point. This is an alarm only not a cut off device.

Best regards,

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