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Old 23-09-2015
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Default Electric Truggy Lipo Wiring

Hi All,

Getting my electric 1/8 truggy ready for it's first run and have some (probably stupid) newbie questions.

I'm going to be using 6600 2s lipo packs for 5 minute heats.
I'm assuming I only need to run one pack for each heat?

Then for the 12 minute finals I need to run 2 packs?

Can anyone confirm please?

If it is 2 packs then how are they wired up?

Thanks for reading!
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No, you'll need to run both packs for both. An 8th scale e-truggy on 2s will barely move.
Just charge between heats.

What sort of connectors do your packs have, this will determine how it needs to be wired.
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That's good know.

Going with Deans connectors.

I have a used 'Y' cable here with Deans connectors.
I assume that is correct?
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That sort of thing, just make sure you get all your reds and blacks in the right place!!
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Deans not great, But the EC5 connectors aaare greeat as Tony would say
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