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04-20-2016 11:44 AM  31 months agoPost 21
Anton123

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Landing time.
For anyone that might want to know, I did some looking around and found, it was approximately 30 seconds.

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04-21-2016 04:51 AM  31 months agoPost 22
Dr.Ben

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R2 will give adequate time to land and does effectively mimic the real time voltage stabilizing attributes of a buffer pack. F1Rocket here on RunRyder can answer any detailed technical questions you may have.

Ben Minor

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04-21-2016 02:24 PM  31 months agoPost 23
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Thank you Ben.

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04-28-2016 01:55 AM  31 months agoPost 24
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Far as the life Pac... When plugging in directly to FBL. Do you just plug it into any available port First? Just before main packs.. As a buffer..

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04-28-2016 02:03 AM  31 months agoPost 25
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Yes, you can boot the radio/fbl with the buffer and then plug in the main packs. I have mine wired through a switch harness. I run the buffer through the switch harness to a spare receiver port. I run the slave lead off the esc directly to another open port. Thus the buffer will not only boot the radio initially but also will back feed to the esc as intended buffer when the whole system is up and running.

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04-28-2016 02:25 AM  31 months agoPost 26
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Excellent, Thank you Ben. If I may ask, what switch harness did you use?

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04-28-2016 04:19 AM  31 months agoPost 27
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Futaba Heavy Duty

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04-28-2016 12:24 PM  31 months agoPost 28
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Perfect, thanks.

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