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Old 10-02-2003, 05:24 AM
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I need some real life advice. I am building a Giant, with two batteries for the Rx (parallel 6volts each with it's own charge jack) and a 4.6 volt for the ignition.
I need all the nose weight I can get. Can I place all three batteries in the nose stacked on top of each other? The Rx is 14" from the batteries and ignition module. I'm just concerned with the leads from the batteries back to the Rx transfering interference.
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Batteries, typically, make excellent noise filters. They accept the noise spikes as a charging voltage, and smooth the line. You should have no problem.

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Thanks Les, I was thinking that just wanted some knowledgable advice from the pros.
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