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Old 11-04-2007, 03:31 AM   #1
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I've got a HB D4.
Would it cause any problems if I run 5 cells? by battery placement?

I'am running my GTB, receiver and servo on the same side.
so where should I place the 2 cells? at the servo side??

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I'm guessing that your switching from tcs to 4wd mod so your just trying to use the same packs from class to class? If you don't have a good balancing jig then I would just find an extra cell and stick it in your chasis for the weight so that it is balanced to factory specs. If you get a good balancing jig then you can go and play around w/ the weights on all 4 wheels, but if you aren't good at balanding a car then just add an extra cell for weight only. Otherwise I would just use 6 cells.
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put the 2 cells on the side that the motor is mounted
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Is there any particular reason why you want to go to five cells? If its a speed issue why not try a slower motor?
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Given the choice, I think 6 cells is much better in 4wd...
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