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Old 01-13-2006, 06:05 PM
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Originally Posted by XrayFK
I still would like to know if packs will fit in upside down, as all my packs are soldered backwards to how the I.C.C. tray is configured.
If you flatten out the solder post it should still fit...Otherwise you might have to switch to bullet style plugs...OR worse....Re-solder your packs...
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Old 01-13-2006, 11:03 PM
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......or break out the trusty ole dremel and dremel slots into the ICC !

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Old 01-13-2006, 11:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Shookie
If you flatten out the solder post it should still fit...Otherwise you might have to switch to bullet style plugs...OR worse....Re-solder your packs...
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Well I have packs like this: I have the sixth and seventh battery bar bent as if you would be direct soldering the pack. Then I have a bullet plug soldered there. I hope there will be room underneath the pack and between the charger's tray for that bar and plug.
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Originally Posted by XrayFK
Well I have packs like this: I have the sixth and seventh battery bar bent as if you would be direct soldering the pack. Then I have a bullet plug soldered there. I hope there will be room underneath the pack and between the charger's tray for that bar and plug.
Why bother...
Just take the bullet and solder it directly to the cell....
Looks cleaner and will fit perfect in the ICC....
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Old 01-13-2006, 11:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Shookie
Why bother...
Just take the bullet and solder it directly to the cell....
Looks cleaner and will fit perfect in the ICC....
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Because the way I have it fits better for me, plus if the plugs are directly soldered to the cells they won't fit in my battery case (won't shut).

Oh whatever, I'll just bust out the dremel, lol.

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Or you could just unsolder the bent bars and solder them so they stick up on the other side of the pack.... if you know what I mean.
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Old 01-14-2006, 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by coons88
Or you could just unsolder the bent bars and solder them so they stick up on the other side of the pack.... if you know what I mean.
The Man has a point.....
The car doesn't care what the labels say anyhow.....
Plus everyone will think they got beat by a guy with unmatched packs.....LOL
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If ya flip the bars on the ends which will flip the pack in your car then ya gotta rewire your speedo if the wires aren't long enough. Maybe the dremel is the way to go!
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Originally Posted by Sluggo
If ya flip the bars on the ends which will flip the pack in your car then ya gotta rewire your speedo if the wires aren't long enough. Maybe the dremel is the way to go!
Yeah, I don't care about the labels much anyways, it's that my ESC is wired just perfectly to fit this way.
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Old 01-15-2006, 09:28 AM
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Originally Posted by XrayFK
Yeah, I don't care about the labels much anyways, it's that my ESC is wired just perfectly to fit this way.
Originally Posted by Sluggo
If ya flip the bars on the ends which will flip the pack in your car then ya gotta rewire your speedo if the wires aren't long enough. Maybe the dremel is the way to go!
Are you kidding me....I change my Speedo wires once every other month anyhow...WHy not make it a point to change them up right when you get the ICC.....then all is well that ends well...
Heck you can get 2' of 12 gauge deans wire for $2.99
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Old 01-15-2006, 03:39 PM
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so where can we buy one of these icc things?
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Old 01-15-2006, 04:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. Shookie
Are you kidding me....I change my Speedo wires once every other month anyhow...WHy not make it a point to change them up right when you get the ICC.....then all is well that ends well...
Heck you can get 2' of 12 gauge deans wire for $2.99
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change speedo wires every month?? my lrp qc2 is on original wires for a whole year. re-soldering is not the best coz it makes the esc hot and can damamge it. also what happen to the icc being out in mid december 05 eh?
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Originally Posted by Mr. Shookie
Are you kidding me....I change my Speedo wires once every other month anyhow...WHy not make it a point to change them up right when you get the ICC.....then all is well that ends well...
Heck you can get 2' of 12 gauge deans wire for $2.99
Hope that helps,
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Sounds like he would rather hack up his $300 charger
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Old 01-15-2006, 05:19 PM
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Originally Posted by XingXing
change speedo wires every month?? my lrp qc2 is on original wires for a whole year. re-soldering is not the best coz it makes the esc hot and can damamge it. also what happen to the icc being out in mid december 05 eh?
Funny........
That is why KO VFS1 Pro Comp doesn't come soldered....why would they allow us to solder the wires on if it was going to a major issue...
I resolder my QC2 all the time as well....it worked great even after resoldering...
So please don't get mad....Just another option insted of hacking up a perfectly good charger instead of making a $2.99 + a little time change to your speedo...
Sheesh...Not like I am asking you to change the FETs inside...
Oh and the date of mid December was what I was told...
Maybe it just hasn't been shipped to Horizon Yet for distribution...
There is also a great demand for these in Europe so since they are based in Europe most likely they will get the first couple of batches...Make sence to me...Be Patient...It will come soon...
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Old 01-15-2006, 05:36 PM
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yes to be soldered once or twice, but not 12 times a year! seems like you are exaggerating again
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