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What kind of voltage are you seeing throughout a run or at the end? I;m using Tekin Hotwire and seeing 7.74 (ish) at the end of a 6 minute final. Is that about right or am i dropping voltage too much?
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I run 2wd and typically drop 0.4v per 5min heat or final
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What kind of voltage are you seeing throughout a run or at the end? I;m using Tekin Hotwire and seeing 7.74 (ish) at the end of a 6 minute final. Is that about right or am i dropping voltage too much?
Sounds about right to me
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Obviously i'm starting at 8.4 so i'm dropping 0.66V, not too bad i guess then.
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