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Old 08-10-2007, 01:44 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone would post an up-close picture of their saddle-packs for me. A friend of mine got some rc10 L3 i believe, and it uses that saddle configuration. Any pics will be appreciated, im unsure of the polarity and length of wires...
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all you need to do is take a 4 cell pack. Remove the battery bar that is in the middle (so you have 2 cells, 2 pair). Add the needed length wire, where the battery bar was. About 4 inches would probably be fine. Sorry bro, no pics for ya
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