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Old 02-19-2004, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default Orion Baja caps?

Hi,

I'm getting ready to replace my mini-t's motor with the Orion Baja. It has a single cap already soldered.

I'm wondering if I need to add additional caps to this motor?

Also, as a related question: I've noticed that several aftermarket motors only come with a single cap installed. Seems like most require 3 caps, so I wonder why the manufacturer bothers with just one....why not do all 3...or none?

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Nope. the caps are built in, so you dont need to put caps on.
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