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Old 02-18-2003, 06:45 PM   #1366
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Hump packs basically look a little like THIS . But there's different sizes due to different sizes of batteries used.
Oh so is it a battery pack for the receiver?
How would you recharge one of those?
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Old 02-18-2003, 10:53 PM   #1367
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Oh so is it a battery pack for the receiver?
How would you recharge one of those?
Usually with a battery charger of some description

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Old 02-18-2003, 11:03 PM   #1369
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Usually with a battery charger of some description

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of course, but which particular ones to charge those certain hump packs? and how muh would they cost?
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Would Take Off CS32's with the medium moulded insert suit the v-ones for racing, just cos they are on special for $19.95 a pair including inserts at radiomodels at the moment?
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Old 02-18-2003, 11:15 PM   #1371
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of course, but which particular ones to charge those certain hump packs? and how muh would they cost?
It depends whether or not they are nimh or nicad batteries . But they are suitable for trickle (slow) charging regardless of the type.

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Old 02-18-2003, 11:18 PM   #1372
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Would Take Off CS32's with the medium moulded insert suit the v-ones for racing, just cos they are on special for $19.95 a pair including inserts at radiomodels at the moment?
32rear 36front in summer
27rear 32 front in winter

Thats pretty generalised but should be a guide.

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they only have up to 32, will they do the job?
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Oh while im doing my order, is the offroad motor saver better to get than the onroad?
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they only have up to 32, will they do the job?
32s are good. I dont know about the motorsaver, I use the onroad and swear by it.

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27's seem pretty good too
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Cool ill grab the 32's and a motor saver. long base, short base or 10degree bend. Too many differences and decisions for a newbie
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Cool ill grab the 32's and a motor saver. long base, short base or 10degree bend. Too many differences and decisions for a newbie
Short base straight would be the way to go.

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shortbase straight?

wats this?
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Old 02-19-2003, 01:12 AM   #1380
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I think the long base has a longer hose/tube/whatever its called from the filter part to the carby, shot base is shorter and 10degree has a bend in it
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