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Old 10-24-2008, 05:46 AM   #5
TheCoolCanFanMan
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The beauty of the LWP, is that you have NO ugly lead on your lipo's

With the weight of your nimh cells normally weighing in at around 440 grams and the Orion etc lipo's being around 230 grams, there is approx 210 grams shortfall.
The LWP made of brushed stainless steel is approx 95 grams, and you can place a further 60 or so grams in the cells slots to give you low C,O,G, now your upto around 155 grams in total with your LWP, and if your car is overweight (like me ) then you may not have to add any more weight. The car is perfectly balanced using the LWP.
Cheers Malc
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