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Old 08-26-2003, 08:45 PM   #31
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Traction Control???????????

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I think Mr. Johnson needs to put down the R/C Magazines and go out and get alot more experience.

(Where is that 'SMACKMASTER' when you need him??)
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Old 08-26-2003, 11:27 PM   #33
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FUNNY! FUN NY! Never thought this site would see this, is it under the table??
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I use 200w soldering iron, with a flat tip. I buy it for the GP3300 cells, since the cell lose heat quite rapidly, so a hotter soldering iron wil do a better job.
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Wow, 200 watts.. seems overkill.. I did a GP3300 with my 45w iron from RadioShack, worked fine. I get what you're sayin about the negative side being harder though. I usually put the soldering iron on the negative side and then melt some solder directly (let it touch the iron, so that it will melt and then transfer heat into the cell easily).
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