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    Blue Lipo 1300

    Hello! I recently bought a dynam extra 330.. and in one of the drop down menues there was an option for an addition battery. I selected the option of the blue lipo 1300 mah battery, which was available at the time. I recieved the battery, but it does not have the correct connecter to connect it to my airplane. What do i need in order to connect this battery to the plane.. The connector for the airplane is a small two pin type...and the new battery has larger circular leads. Thanks for you help

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    RE: Blue Lipo 1300

    Basically you wire up your own connector or adaptor as you see fit.

    I tend to make myself an adapter for each battery connector. This results in a small box full of adapters, but the advantage is that I only have to make ONE ( or two ) for each battery brand or type.

    There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

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    RE: Blue Lipo 1300

    Ok, thank you.. Can you point me in the right direction as to what I need in order to make the adapter?

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    RE: Blue Lipo 1300

    Sure...

    You'll need something like this....

    Lead - Female - Click me!

    Or

    Link - Mail - Click me!

    And the battery plugs.... something like this...

    Bullet Connectors - Click me!

    Just make sure you obtain the correct gender for the JST ( small red ) connectors, and that you get the right SIZE of the Bullet connectors, as they come in various sizes.

    I BELIEVE that pack uses the 3.5mm but I am not sure.

    You'll also need a bit of heat shrink tubing, solder and an 25w iron.

    There is an art . . . to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.

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    RE: Blue Lipo 1300

    Thanks!!


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