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T (Dean's) 6 23.08%
XT-60 14 53.85%
XT-30 0 0%
EC3 3 11.54%
EC5 3 11.54%
Other 0 0%
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Old 05-01-2021, 11:52 AM   #1
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I'm just wondering what the preferred electrical connector is for 2 and 3 cell planes in the 30-40 amp ESC range.

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Go with the xt60. It's the most common now with batteries and charger. The more modern Chargers just have an xt60 Port, no more banana plugs.
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Go with the xt60. It's the most common now with batteries and charger. The more modern Chargers just have an xt60 Port, no more banana plugs.
Thanks. I started out with T but now I have a mixture T, XT-60, EC3 and EC5. I am moving more towards XT-60 now though. I guess a lot of the E-Flite stuff is EC3 though.
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Is there anyone else who wishes that there was an "industry standard?"
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