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Old 11-14-2008, 11:30 AM   #1
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Hey guys. Im new to the nitro scene. What is the best way to charge this batt? I think 1amp correct. I have a twin peaks dual charger but both plugs are deans plugs. Also how does it get wired? In the box where the batt goes there is another set-up that goes to the antena.....im lost

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Hey guys. Im new to the nitro scene. What is the best way to charge this batt? I think 1amp correct. I have a twin peaks dual charger but both plugs are deans plugs. Also how does it get wired? In the box where the batt goes there is another set-up that goes to the antena.....im lost


If everything that you have is deans it would be easier to just change teh connector on this battery to deans. Then they would just press together.

You could charge this at 1 amp if your in a rush, otherwise I would charge at .6amp
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If everything that you have is deans it would be easier to just change teh connector on this battery to deans. Then they would just press together.

You could charge this at 1 amp if your in a rush, otherwise I would charge at .6amp
My charger has an auto charge. I can't control what it charges at supposed to automatically charge for the right battery. I must be confused. Doesn't this end go into the reciever. Or does it go into the cord by the antena then that cord goes to the reciever? If I put a deans plug on it then it would not plug into anything on my nitro?
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that will plug into your switch, the switch will plug into the receiver...

you just need an adapter to charge it, look on amainhobbies.com they have a bunch of different ones made up
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Old 11-14-2008, 08:59 PM   #5
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that battery should hook right to the power switch..then the other wire from the switch will run to the receiver.
you can either get a switch with a charge lead built in or..take the battery out and connect it directly to the charger whenever it needs to be charged.
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