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Old 11-11-2008, 04:23 PM   #1
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Hi guys.... kinda weird questions...from a friend

Can an Emaxx 16.8V work with a single motor and battery????

I don't think so, since they're connected in series... maybe the ESC wont turn ON....

What do u think?
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I know it will work with single batt - you have to do something with the lead for the missing batt though - its connected in someway, maybe just to itself? Don't know if it will run on just one though. If you're looking to slow it down, there's an esc setting on the 16.8 EVX-II that cuts speed down, iirc.
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