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Old 09-04-2005, 02:14 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by DiaRh34
now when they say assembled does that mean they have those little plastic connectors?Cause thats what I want...I never learned quite how they work the other way,like the pro's n stuff use
Assembled means they already soldered the cells together and they have tabs soldered where you can connect your wiring. The tamiya style connectors you're talking about are poor and melt together. You don't want those.. Most people here either use quality aftermarket connectors or solder the speed control directly to the batteries.
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can I see a pic of someones setup inside their car?With the battery installed.So I can kinda get an idea of how to do this
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