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Old 01-08-2009, 07:50 AM   #16
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good to know sideways, my ofna 1600nimh peaked around 7.8 or 7.4(thats why i rounded up) been awhile since i ran nimh

i run the protech 2cell 2000mah(peaks around 8.4v) w/ protech regulator i put a little silicone adhesive around the wires where they run to the regulator. ive seen alot of wires break in between where there soderd to regulator and the wire coating
just make sure u dont over do it. ive allways ran them outside of the receiver box/radio tray. my racing buddy had his inside the receiver box/radio tray all year and he had no problems.
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