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Old 04-09-2008, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default voltage reducer for lipo packs used on RX...needed????

so i run the 6 volt limiter to my RX... what if i dont i know it might fry something but what are the odds???
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your servos would burn up eventually, they're not made to run on 7.4v
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ok thanks.. thats what i thought.. but i wonder how much it shortens the servo's life span....
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