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Old 09-27-2009, 10:16 AM   #1
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Has anyone tried this

it looks like one pack would fit right between my low profile servo and motor. I could then mount the esc and rx on the other side with the other pack.

Would this get close to perfect weight distribution. Im trying to balance my 416 and I really dont like the idea of adding weight to a car to do it
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I dont think you would want to do that?
even if you put the ESC + receiver on the other side, they wont be able to balance out the motor + servo.
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