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    Looking for pictures of which way to install traxxas 4s 6700 batteries

    Looking for pictures of how the 4s 6700 lipos sit in the battery tray instructions dont exactly show how and it seems like you have to force the wires a bit which I don't like to do I think I have it figured properly but would just like to see what others are doing.

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    Post a pic of your wire exit.

    I ran my 6700 trx packs only a few times before selling them. They performed very well, but we're too heavy for my diff and shock tune. Got 5200's that saved 40% of the weight.

    Anyways, I do not remember having an issue with the wire exit. I do remember that the wire exit was at the front of the battery compartment.

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    I do remember the wires were long, and those big connectors flopping around concerned me.
    Last edited by rag6; 11-24-2020 at 12:04 AM.
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    I put my non trx battery wires towards the front of remembered correctly. It is what ever end gives you the move excess of wire


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    I never did have issues with my batteries wires, the X-Maxx battery trays are big and fits all the Traxxas battery models and aftermarket too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rag6 View Post
    Post a pic of your wire exit.

    I ran my 6700 trx packs only a few times before selling them. They performed very well, but we're too heavy for my diff and shock tune. Got 5200's that saved 40% of the weight.

    Anyways, I do not remember having an issue with the wire exit. I do remember that the wire exit was at the front of the battery compartment.

    Edit:
    I do remember the wires were long, and those big connectors flopping around concerned me.
    You can use a velcro strap to fix the wires.

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    I believe I just taped them down to the battery doors the few times I ran the trx batts.

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    I put one of the battery wires under the battery hold-downs instead of forcing them around and over.

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    I put mine this way




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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgemoulic View Post
    I put mine this way




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