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    no solder leads

    will these work on the dewalt motor? and also when i was running my dewalt motor yesterday the batteries got up to 190f what should i do
    http://www.rcslot.com/pc-radio-contr...s/TRI4000.html

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    if your dewalt motor is getting hot enough to cook your dinner on, check the pinion on it first. are u using stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinger30
    if your dewalt motor is getting hot enough to cook your dinner on, check the pinion on it first. are u using stock?
    I think his batteries got hot
    http://traxxas.com/forums/showthread.php?536733

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    Quote Originally Posted by slash50
    will these work on the dewalt motor? and also when i was running my dewalt motor yesterday the batteries got up to 190f what should i do
    http://www.rcslot.com/pc-radio-contr...s/TRI4000.html
    Yes those will work. I use them and make the install very easy. You can fix the battery problem by going lipo.

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    oh those are nice I made a set and used 2 wires for better flow

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    i dont have enough money for lipo batteries and a charger

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