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    A simple lvc question ??

    I have a pair of spc 7.4v 8000 mah 2s2p lipos I plan on using in my summit. I also have a Novak 4s smart stop. Is this the right lvc for me?

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    I'd love to help but i'm not a LiPo guy yet. I'm sure one of the guy's/gal's will get to you shortly. At least my post puts it back up at the top of the list again.
    Corrijo
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    Yes, that will work just fine.
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    it'll work as long as installed correctly. you need to be measuring across the whole circuit, or across both batteries, not just one. if you know what im saying, you're all set.

    otherwise, wikipedia series resistors and power sources.

    basically you need to measure off the hot of one battery, and the ground of the other. but if you pick the wrong pair, you'll be in the middle of the cicrcuit and it won't work...

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    does everyone else agree with these people?

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    I agree with them but it would have been easier if you got a 2 cell smart stop and hooked it to the battery on the bec side of the esc

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    For a 4S LVC, see this post in the E-Revo FAQ.
    JRx2, Mini-Z, MRC, Summit, Slash, Revo VXL, etc.

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    I looked at that. In the pics they have the battery labeled as 2s1p. Is this an error? My batteries have 2s2p on them.

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