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The New MaxAmps.com Water-Sealed packs!!!!!

 
Old 01-30-2009, 06:38 AM
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The New MaxAmps.com Water-Sealed packs!!!!!
Exclusively at MaxAmps.com

Is the wet weather keeping you from running your RC vehicles? Beginning February 1st, 2009, all MaxAmps lipo packs now come water-sealed so they can run in water, mud, or snow. The entire wire end of the pack is completely sealed using a unique rubber-based synthetic sealer to protect your pack from corrosion, water, and shock. Get the only all-weather packs on the market exclusively at MaxAmps.com

As with all MaxAmps packs, you choose your plug, tap, and wire options and your pack is built to order the same day at www.MaxAmps.com


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Old 01-30-2009, 06:43 AM
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Now thats just cool. It would be nice for those IFMAR rain races.
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Now we just need to work on batteries that can hold their own in the cold

I look forward to when my 6500 hard cases get here

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Now we just need to work on batteries that can hold their own in the cold

I look forward to when my 6500 hard cases get here

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Yeah to bad we can't give em' a shot of antifreeze to keep them going. LOL


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It would be nice!

Guess I'll just have to save my nimh batteries for those -20*C days

Also, my 6500 HC's came in today, and the spot where the wires come out doesn't have anything that would keep water or anything else out... Is that how they're supposed to look, or do I need to put some RTV on them?

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