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Old 03-21-2007, 06:48 AM   #1
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just bought a keyence pro rapida. looking to get the most power from it so should i solder the speedo connections direct to the wires or use the conecters that came with it?
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directly soldering the wires works best lowest resistence
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I just bought one also. It is going in the Mi3. Direct is the best.
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Use the smaller wires that it comes with though. They have a higher conductivity than standard 12g wire.
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also is there any real differance in soldering direct? (that i will notice) thanks stephen
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It won't be a difference that you will notice but your lap times will be faster.
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Old 03-22-2007, 01:57 AM   #7
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how much faster? as the top guys that race at my club only use the standard connecters and there fast!
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how much faster? as the top guys that race at my club only use the standard connecters and there fast!
I dont think its gonna make you 4 laps quicker tamiya kid!
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nope lol it more like 5 though!
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