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Old 03-04-2009, 05:45 AM
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http://www.manutech.info/rcracinghom...gproducts.html
These are great lipo weights and they are brass which is heavier and they come out at about 200 grams. Thius will help out in also getting alot lower CG.
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Originally Posted by katfish317 View Post
http://www.manutech.info/rcracinghom...gproducts.html
These are great lipo weights and they are brass which is heavier and they come out at about 200 grams. Thius will help out in also getting alot lower CG.
Thanks a lot for the link, I will have to remove some weight from them to get the approximate 140 grams needed.

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You will also have to shim your battery strap post and I used the center post for the other end of the strap.....But I have since gone w/strapping tape...Just FYI
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