Thanks XXXTechRC! i think i'll cut the JST connector and i'll solder a XT60 (compatible with most chargers), then i'll create an adapter XT60 -> white X9 connector. If it works i'll post an hot-to video *)
I made a mistake and i bought this pack for X9, but i cant figure out how to connect it. The x9 has a white plug where the 8xAA pack is connected. *nationuar suggest to connect the white plug, but is too big for fit in the X9. should i cut the red connector of the lipo and solder a connector that fits the hole of the x9? Thanks in advance!
Hello ViseV. I had a similar issue with the 9x I bought for my father. The white plug in the battery compartment doesn't seem to fit any white plugs coming from the lipo's. I did use the white plug from the lipo that's recommended for the 9x (not 9XR), but I had to trim it a bit and jam it in there. If you cut it, you may not be able to balance-charge it. If you're good with soldering, you may want to try to modify a 2-wire red JST connector or make/buy an adapter. Hope this helps!
Gracias, Nationuar, pero lo que dice es imposible. El enchufe blanco de la Lipo, es de cuatro cables, cuatro terminales macho y el enchufe blanco de la radio, de tres terminales hembra, aunque tiene solo dos cables. Al menos es asi en las tres radios que compré*.
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I have tried out the 9xr battery, and I am pleased with how it works. I put it in my 9xr, and ran it on the simulator. It is holding up very well (all I am running is the TX on it), and I expect no problems.
I am setting up my 12V dremel tool to run on it too (and any 3s LiPo), but I see this one as a good option for it's over and under protection. If my dremel runs it out, it will cut off, so this should work nicely.