deans plug question

Discussion in 'RC General & Getting Started' started by Wvamateur, Mar 12, 2004.

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  1. Wvamateur

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    i want to convert all my plugs to deans plug, i have 3 packs, and i will have to get to male sides for the car and my charger. what all do i need to get, what are the part names i need.
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    Just get the separate kits (1 male 1 female) You can get just the three and put a male on the ESC and charger. If you have the bullet style connectors on the motor I would replace them also, put the male on the motor and the female on the ESC motor leads so that they don't get switched on accident. This also makes for quick motor changes if you have more than one, and you don't have to worry about a solder gun to change things out when your racing. With the Deans plugs, hard wiring is a thing of tha past.
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    so i would need to get 3 of the 2-pin ultra plug product number 1300
    and the buller connectors you were talking about are they the single pin kind?
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    Use three of them for your batteries, use more for your motor, not the bullet connectors.
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    ok i understand now. converting to all deands plugs will give me a slightly longer run time out of my packs right?
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    Yea, but you won't notice it unless your running hot mod motors, and you won't have meltdowns either.
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    cool, thanks for all the help
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