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Old 01-04-2009, 07:11 AM   #1
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Default Can the New HB Cyclone TC fit any lipo batterys?

thanks is advance.

just wondering if its only made for 6 cell batterys and not lipos?
any grinding or modifications in order to fit lipos?
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s13evo - ORION 3800, and SMC 4000 no mods. If you run the SMC 5000 then you will need to remove the plastic tray and shave off 2mm on the bulkhead.

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It is around 23.5mm from the chassis to the bulkhead so any lipos smaller than this will fit without modification
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