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Old 03-03-2010, 05:27 PM   #1
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well im noticing my ofna box isnt spinning as fast anymore, i have a 4s lipo in it thats been used in other boxes for about 1.5 years. the charger says the cells are fine. do you think its the motor or the lipo?

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my guess would be that if the lipo isnt ballooned or swollen that your starter box motors are starting to go out on you. how old is that box?
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