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    battery wire conections ????

    i have a batter its got the highest mah and voltage out of all my battery's i have some boats that use deans connecters and some cars that have tamyana
    i want to know if i can put one lead that is the tam then one that is deans
    so one battery but two plugs

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    I've never seen that done before...you can try it I suppose.
    Make it idiot-proof and along comes a better idiot

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    it works goo in both boat car and truck but only time will tell i guess.

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    I would switch out the Tamiya... those connectors are only good for 15 amps or so.
    Whatever it is I just typed... could be wrong.

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    switch out the tamiya connector for either a deans or traxxas plug because i tried using that for a brushless system and i felt it get warm and warmer so i stopped using it took it off and soldered a traxxas connector and its stay cool all the time. no problem at all from it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mike-susieq1 View Post
    switch out the tamiya connector for either a deans or traxxas plug because i tried using that for a brushless system and i felt it get warm and warmer so i stopped using it took it off and soldered a traxxas connector and its stay cool all the time. no problem at all from it.
    +1 Jimmie & Mike...Dean's and Traxxas connex are great; Tamiya not so much.
    Make it idiot-proof and along comes a better idiot

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