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Old 04-25-2008, 05:38 AM   #1
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Default s it fine to hook up a 3s lipo to my lrp sphere esc?

Is it fine to hook up a 3s lipo to my lrp sphere esc? or should i just stay with my trusty 7.4v lipo
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You should definitely stick to your 7.4v lipo. The sphere was not designed for 3s lipo
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NO!! just trust me on this one
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not unless you want to see your ESC turn into a pile of blue mushy burning goo
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