Can some one please explain this to me, I just don't get it.
Every battery pack I had in my petrol days has a servo type plug on it. Just like the one in this picture, but without the signal wire of course.
The traxxas battery pack seems to look the same from this picture.
So, the center wire is positive & the wire on the opposite side to the tab in negative.
This makes sense to me so far. When fitted to a receiver, all the red & black servo wires line up with the same colours as the battery pack plug to power them.
According to the manual, you can plug an RX hump pack into your TQi TX to allow you to use rechargable batteries instead of dry cells. Again, all good so far, 5 x 1.2v batts is the same as 4 x 1.5v batts.
Now heres the bit I don't get. The plug on my TQi battery pack is wired so that negative wire is in the signal wire hole. Obviously my TQi works like this. I've not seen anywhere that you have to rewire a RX pack before you fit it, so what's going on?
I know I must have missed something simple, but I just can't see what!