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Old 01-05-2006, 10:22 PM   #1
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Does anyone know of a battery/ESC connector that allows each wire to be connected separately? I always use Deans connectors, and as everyone knows, both wires come together at the connector end. What I am looking for is a high quality connector but where I can have one wire from the battery pack running up one side of the car connected to the ESC and the other wire from the pack running up the other side connected to the ESC. I hope that makes sense. Kinda hard to describe....
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Old 01-05-2006, 10:28 PM   #2
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I think u are after the corally style banana plugs. they are as good as deans but like u want they help tidy the wiring up

Can anyone else confirm
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Yeah thats right. You solder a tube to each end of the battery and use Corally plugs (similar to bullet type connectors) which plug into the battery
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Yea...a banana plug type connector would work. One end would by the banana plug and the other would be the receptacle. Does anyone know where to get some for a high amp RC application? Any other suggestions........
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The corally ones look like this:
http://international.corally.com/newimages/1630.jpg

I used them on all my packs

Most hobby shops should sell them.
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Those would be perfect! Thanks a million for the help. Any place to order them in the U.S.? I will start searching.....
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Depending on how many you need, something like this would work:
https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...=ns&pn=COR1640

Just be careful not to plug them in the wrong way round.
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Found them. Stormer Hobbies has them.
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I think we posted that at the same time.
Thanks again.
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I do beleive that Trinity makes something very similar to those.
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No worries
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