smeagol222 wrote:I'm wondering if I should just leave it at hammer crimps and not bother with soldering at all- or if its possible to do both, solder then crimp? I would think crimping after solder would break the bond I'd just made with the solder?
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smeagol222 wrote:Cool thanks Mistercrash.
Since I've got the new 1/0 cable I'm going to use the old 6 AWG to make my 4 packs of 5S into one battery using XT90. the (S) signifies the XT90 series adaptor plugs.
I came up with an idea for a gauge increaser using 2 ring terminals bolted together (with heatshrink of course). That should be okay right- at the point of all 4 cells becoming series (current & voltage increase), the wire turns into 1/0 awg which makes sense right?
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