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Thread: using hardcase packs in boats

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    Default using hardcase packs in boats

    Was looking at the Turnigy 2s packs and noticed the 30c hardcase packs are
    $5.00 cheaper then the equal soft pack so if i ordered 6 packs you save $30.00.
    My question is does it matter running them in a boat or could you take the case off and reshrink wrap them?
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    If they fit, why would you take the case off....use them as is.

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    I agree.No problem with a hard case in a boat.

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    Thats good I think they fit better because the wires come out the end rather then off to the side.
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    The problem I had using hard case packs in a P Spec JAE was the size of the connectors and having to have twice as many to run 4 cells they get warm and cause a loss of performance.

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    I've been running hardcase packs since I started running FE in June, I'm going to crack them open this winter and re-wrap them in clear heat shrink for 2 reasons:

    1) Unnecessary weight
    2) When they get wet you can't see if there is any water trapped inside.




    Quote Originally Posted by ezhitz View Post
    Was looking at the Turnigy 2s packs and noticed the 30c hardcase packs are
    $5.00 cheaper then the equal soft pack so if i ordered 6 packs you save $30.00.
    My question is does it matter running them in a boat or could you take the case off and reshrink wrap them?

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