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Old 02-04-2007, 03:57 PM   #1
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Default JR Z-1 Polarity of the batt pins?

Does anyone know the polarity of the pins in the Z-1. I bought a lipo pack and took a guess and promptly let the magic smoke out of my spectrum module (Note to self: don't guess polarity). I can't find my manual so any help would be great.
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Red wire on the outside, black in the middle. Red wire should also be on the right side when installing. TX will be upside down with the wheel on your left.
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