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Old 07-01-2007, 04:40 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by jrxs-r View Post
4mm bullets on side by side or saddle packs, and Deans on sticks!!

Those 6mm bullets might be tempting.... anyone got a link?
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Old 07-01-2007, 06:35 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by nashrcracer View Post
if you can find them sermo i think are the best connector option. you DON'T have to make them come together. they are color coded. and I have see them used for high amp car stereo connection so they must be good to have that many amps going through them.
The Deans connector is rated for highter amperage than the Sermos. I fly big R/C helis and no one uses Sermos anymore...they melt over 50A. Everyone uses Deans. They are good up to about 100A.

4mm bullets are good too...just no polarity protection.

The attached pic is my 30 size electric heli. I get 80A spikes on my data logger. I use Deans.
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Old 07-01-2007, 07:43 PM   #33
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I've heard from a few people that a 3.5 brushless with spike up to 130 to 140 amps. I run corally on my 3.5 and have no problems, I once ran deans and they started to melt a little after 5 minutes.
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would having bullets mess with a discharger? on a side by side, the 2 cells on the one side would be big.. that wouldnt work on like a integy dis.. i know on a much more with the lil screws that would be fine tho

and whats a good size to run on the batts and batt esc leads? when i go bl, im going to do bullets also
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Originally Posted by AdrianM View Post

The attached pic is my 30 size electric heli. I get 80A spikes on my data logger. I use Deans.
adrian, is that quick heli?
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