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Old 05-19-2005, 07:02 AM   #31
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Originally posted by BrainTeased
nah its 0.02 have a look at it again :P

also what did tamiya plugs IR came up as?
damn, misread, i though about resistance in general, not difference

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Old 05-19-2005, 08:19 AM   #32
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I personally liked the Deans but when I got the new JRXS they were not a viable option for the way the battery is install in that car. You either direct soldered, which ran the risk of melting a belt, or do Corally plugs. I choose the later but really don't care for them that much for I believe they are more of a pain to deal with then Deans.
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Deans do have less resistance, but as someone above said, unless you're a LOT better than 99.999% of us on rctech, you're not going to notice a difference on track.

I use deans cause they're easy, reliable, and I can't blow up an ESC by plugging the wires into the wrong end of the battery (think sparks, smoke, etc).

Having said that, wiring your car is SO much neater when you use corally connectors, so... Meh.

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