A DIY $8 Lithium Transmitter Battery (Part 4

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A DIY $8 Lithium Transmitter Battery (Part 4

Postby Burnt Toast » Thu Jan 05, 2012 10:28 am

Bruce , I have the Turnigy 9x and have put a lipo 3 cell in it , if I do this mod will the alarm sensor drop to the runable voltage of 6.5 once reached ?
8-)
Also do you no were I can get a spare battery pack plug that plugs into the above set , as I want to have a backup pack ready to use if needed.
I dont want to buy a whole set just to buy the wire and plug for my other battery .
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Re: A DIY $8 Lithium Transmitter Battery (Part 4

Postby ergocentric » Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:16 pm

Burnt Toast wrote:Also do you no were I can get a spare battery pack plug that plugs into the above set


doesn't a servo lead fit? they are dirt cheap
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Re: A DIY $8 Lithium Transmitter Battery (Part 4

Postby ergocentric » Thu Jan 05, 2012 3:43 pm

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Re: A DIY $8 Lithium Transmitter Battery (Part 4

Postby Burnt Toast » Fri Jan 06, 2012 9:23 am

ergocentric
Yes you are dead right , it fits like a glove .
Thats great news
Cheers for your help :)
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