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Old 06-28-2007, 05:37 PM
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Default RE: li-po for reciever and trans???


ORIGINAL: Rafael23cc

You ask:
ORIGINAL: JNorton

What difference does having a car transmitter or receiver bear upon the fact that a LiPo will be toast if it is left on? Not trying to be a smart a** I just don't see the difference?
John
I said:
Some of your points are valid...
Why would you argue?

I just wanted to bring the discussion back onto subject. RC Car radio subject.

Rafael
LMAO Car forum http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/forumid_201/tt.htm
The point was whose points are valid? I'm certainly glad you realized it was a car question. I sure didn't. I sure don't understand the electrical power requirements ie differences between car and plane transmitters either. Course I'm only an EE and didn't spent the night in a Holiday Inn either.
John