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Micro rc plugs help?

Old 08-27-2006, 10:53 PM
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Has any 1 seen the new not sure how new black 2 and 3 lead plugs that come with some mini and micro rc's? They kinda resemble tamaya style but have squeeze wings on the sides of them and come in different sizes? Need to know so i can charge batts and discharge by making up a charge harness. ty john
Old 08-28-2006, 05:52 PM
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those kinds of connectors are used mostly on the RC cars, but the ParkZone airplanes use them too. only two prong plugs though. the folks over in the micro RC car section will probably have a more usefull answer (the Duratrax MiniQuake uses them). my personal opinion would be to swap over to Deans plugs, they give a much better connection with almost no power loss - they can get spendy, but they're worth it (i've never had one melt down on me before either from too much power draw and heat).

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Ty micro builder i reposted this at the 1/16 mini and micro site just in case no answers so far but i'll wait a while
here's apic of 1 thats similar cept it's a white plug
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