spend the dollar on a good charger.
Type: Posts; User: trax de max
spend the dollar on a good charger.
Anything is possible, I see it as, Why keep the risks high when i can cheaply reduce the risks. I'll only know if it works if something does go wrong and hopefully that won't happen.
Use balance lead extensions.
The fires in these videos are deliberate user faults. Charged using nimh mode i think in the vid you can see the settings on charger.
Good charger + stored and handled...
Here's a recent deliberate lipo fire but shows the benefit of a sack/bag.
Quite an angry little battery when it goes.
Some kevlar, some kevlar with an aluminium coating, some asbestos. The But like jimdog i don't use them to charge in, But you should. I store them in a brand name lipo bag placed in an old metal box...
One way to look at it is.
If you've getting over 12 months your treating them ok and getting your money worth, unless you buy super expensive packs. If you get under six months your doing something...
If you have a charger that has the ability to change the end voltage of 4.2 to 4.1 and don't run the batteries all the way down, you should get quite a long time. Having a pack just resting for long...
i'd imagine it'll all be within a couple of weeks of each other in time for christmas shopping.
Jegs.com it was first one on my google.
I'd take a guess and say, You can use the normal traxxas connectors including seperate xh balance taps with the new ID charger, as it has an optional balance ports on the front.
But since the new...
first place i looked at was, charger shipped out from the shop 11/26/14 and some of the batteries 11/17/14, other batteries unknown.
Have you had any water damage to the receiver. Or unplug the steering servo and test it again with only the esc connected to the receiver.
The side for the solder has a pattern and helps the solder key to the connector. And also the blade won't fit properly in the housing if it's on the other side. There is a couple of raised bits (...
Looks to me like the connector is upside down. Maybe wrong though
Does the green light mean that cell is charged, red is charging and flashing mean not in use.
Consider the DeWalt 14.4V's
The windings is the hottest part of the motor and the part that needs the temp check. They're inside the can, take the highest reading on the motor can and add 20°
Damage like broken down insulation on the windings, or loss of strength in the magnets. It's difficult to test these in the titans. If one motor is weaker than the other then one will be fighting...
If you don't get the gearing correct on the brushless that will also overheat. When you changed the gearing on the brushed and say, all it done was slow it down, was probably because the motor/s was...
Chemically, or there may be an electro platers near you, they won't do just two shocks but if they are dipping stuff and it's the colour you want, they might help you out.
If you do lots of breaking the temps would also shoot up.
In a 3906 if you haven't done the required upgrades you'll break driveline parts before you have brushless motor problems if geared right.
was the motors in good shape before the turn too lipo's, the sustained voltage can soon take it's toll on the motors. It's a good idea to gear down slightly when changing from Nimh to lipo.
i'm not sure if it should show full when the timer runs out.
I don't know what size lipos your charging, If you changed charging techniques you need to keep a check on voltage levels and then adjust the safety parameters to suit, ie. capacity cut off / timer...
cool, fit some led's on for the winter :)