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Old 04-04-2006, 02:27 PM   #1
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how can i go from micro plugs to deans, i ask because i want to upgrade my mini lst with a brushless system but ive read that they only work well with deans.
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i went to deans...not sure if u used the same plug to start...but i juck cliped the end, and sottered on deans
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Yes, you should just be able to cut the wires and solder the deans plug on.
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Deans are $2 a set and have the instructions on the package. Just make sure you get the wires right for the ESC and battery, or you may be in trouble when you plug it in for the first time!
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