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Old 07-12-2006, 01:42 PM   #1
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Wondering what is a good setup for nitro reciever packs. I've seen a few different voltage regulators and many different packs. Of coure you want the highest capacity in the smallest package, so which ones are you guys using? Thanks.
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Wondering what is a good setup for nitro reciever packs. I've seen a few different voltage regulators and many different packs. Of coure you want the highest capacity in the smallest package, so which ones are you guys using? Thanks.
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Thanks. I did a search but didn't see that.
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Wondering what is a good setup for nitro reciever packs. I've seen a few different voltage regulators and many different packs. Of coure you want the highest capacity in the smallest package, so which ones are you guys using? Thanks.
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Glenn Cauley has posted an informative article about LIPO receiver packs on mytsn.com . I would suggest that you read that as well.
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