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Old 10-09-2006, 05:33 PM   #16
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I've been using corrally bars forever and mostly in off-road..no issues, solder like Harsh's pic...If you think they'd ever come out, they won't, just put a screw in them then they can't..the inner connector has a thread on the bottom you can screw into after you insert into larger barrel...

Harsh: ahah! you went back to a battery brace!!! we are taking back the secret handshake.
Na ...that's the only good picture I have of the plugs and connectors ....I''m using tape, no way I would want to risk tearing that battery brace out of the chassis ...here's a current pic, but you can't really see the battery connectors that well:

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How do you go about soldering the connectors directly to the battery without overheating them. I have found that you have to get the connectors very hot and am worried about killing my cells.
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Na ...that's the only good picture I have of the plugs and connectors ....I''m using tape, no way I would want to risk tearing that battery brace out of the chassis ...here's a current pic, but you can't really see the battery connectors that well:

daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn! since when was 8 degrees rear toe-in the hot setup?
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i was about to ask that to.
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How do you go about soldering the connectors directly to the battery without overheating them. I have found that you have to get the connectors very hot and am worried about killing my cells.

pre tin the connector before you solder it to the pack
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Old 10-10-2006, 07:20 AM   #21
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daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn! since when was 8 degrees rear toe-in the hot setup?
I think it's the camera angle or something, the car doesn't have as much rear or front toe as it looks like in that picture ...but even if it does, it is setup enough to kick your sorry a$$ every time we've met out at the track
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pre tin the connector before you solder it to the pack
Yep
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I think it's the camera angle or something, the car doesn't have as much rear or front toe as it looks like in that picture ...but even if it does, it is setup enough to kick your sorry a$$ every time we've met out at the track


btw, it's because you used a wide angle lense.
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you solder the tube on the battery the same way you solder a bar to the battery...always works for me...
or try the new much more magnetic holders for soldering
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There is a thread on JRXS.com that I contributed a a write-up on installing them on a JRXS for easiest use. I use them on every car i have now, except 12th scale, and I have found them to be a fantastic connector. They are resold by Trinity, Orion and others, too, if you can't find the Corally ones. They are all the same type of connector.



I'm waiting for motor companies to use this type of female connectors on endbells for easy (solderless) motor connections, too. Checkpoint, are you guys listening??
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nice set up for sure

i want to try it out on my carpet knife to

thanks again
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nice set up for sure

i want to try it out on my carpet knife to

thanks again
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will be soon

once i get time to have mike help me set the little booger up
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I'm waiting for motor companies to use this type of female connectors on endbells for easy (solderless) motor connections, too. Checkpoint, are you guys listening??
Integy makes them. They screw into the endbell where the brushhood alignment screws go. Works well. Uses the smaller "euro" plugs. The smaller plugs can easily be soldered on as well. Works well with brushless setups. I put plugs on the ESC and motors and just change the wires out for each application.
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There is a thread on JRXS.com that I contributed a a write-up on installing them on a JRXS for easiest use. I use them on every car i have now, except 12th scale, and I have found them to be a fantastic connector. They are resold by Trinity, Orion and others, too, if you can't find the Corally ones. They are all the same type of connector.



I'm waiting for motor companies to use this type of female connectors on endbells for easy (solderless) motor connections, too. Checkpoint, are you guys listening??
I believe the new verison of the Orion V2 endbell has them. Also Integy sells these for any motor

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Integy B
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