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sub c cells in a mini ?

Old 02-26-2006, 03:54 PM
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Default sub c cells in a mini ?

hey guys whats up first off i may real stupid i dont really get how this can not work so i guess will see.

if got like a 4 cell of GP2200 and made it in a stick and put deans connectors on it and put it in a xray M18 with a mini rage extreme 8k brushless motor, would it work ? what would happen ? and what speed,runtime woudl it give me ?
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Default RE: sub c cells in a mini ?

I don't know what number of cells a mini takes.

If the number of cells is the same as what you are replacing the larger cells have more capacity not more voltage so the motor will run longer but not faster. If the car normally runs on more cells then the performance (speed) is going to be less.

The other variable is weight if the suspension of your car will carry it without handling problems.


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