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Old 07-26-2003, 10:55 AM   #1
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Default reciever power caps

i will be running mod sedan w/foams on carpet alot this winter and wanted to try using some capacitors for my reciever, like i have seen others using. we also have a large asphalt track that is prone to glitches so i thought these might help in that area as well. i did a searched and found some guys are using 10v 4700uf caps up to 16v 4700 uf. i have a bunch of caps consisting of 10v 2200uf, 25v 1000uf, 6.3v 2200uf and some other real small ones. would any of these work well for what i want to do? thanks for any help you guys can give!

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Old 07-26-2003, 07:41 PM   #2
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I used two I got with my Novak cyclone ESC.It smoothed out how my ESC & servo operated.
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