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Old 01-25-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Ofna Blue truggy box/soldering wires directly?

Hey guys, allot of people say to change the tamiya clips in the blue ofna box to deans connectors. I was wondering if I couldn't just solder the wires together and remove the clips altogether? Is this not a good idea? Should I just go with the deans?
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Hey guys, allot of people say to change the tamiya clips in the blue ofna box to deans connectors. I was wondering if I couldn't just solder the wires together and remove the clips altogether? Is this not a good idea? Should I just go with the deans?
deans&lipo. all works great. direct soldiered be ok too
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Hey guys, allot of people say to change the tamiya clips in the blue ofna box to deans connectors. I was wondering if I couldn't just solder the wires together and remove the clips altogether? Is this not a good idea? Should I just go with the deans?


solder on a deans connector to plug in the battery and solder up everything else...switch motor connections...the post connections...everything.
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but my point is (I use a gel cell) instead of cutting the tamiya clips and soldering deans on, can I not just do away with the clips altogether, and solder all the wires directly together?
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but my point is (I use a gel cell) instead of cutting the tamiya clips and soldering deans on, can I not just do away with the clips altogether, and solder all the wires directly together?


if you plan to charge the gel cell in the box at all times yes.

PS tamiya clips SUCK RAW power....get rid of them at ALL costs.
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