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Old 01-28-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Ok guys, sorry if this is the wrong section to post, but i need some help. I'll be heading out to the track tomorrow and the one thing i hate the most is my glow igniter running out while i'm out there...=( I was just wondering, my new charger came with a igniter connector, and i was thinking if i could charge my igniter with it. The battery on my igniter is a Nicd 1300mah, so can i charge the igniter at 1.3amps or 1c just like a regular battery on my charger? Thanks.
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Ok thanks bro!
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