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Random Questions About High Speed Build

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I'm building a high speed setup and it requires a fairly big lipo, one that wouldn't fit in the stock. I would either have to rewire the gun to the front and attach it somehow to the RIS or somehow wire it and attach it to outside of the stock in a pouch. I know the rear pouch idea can be done, but I don't totally know how. Any ideas? Thanks. :a-cheesy:

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What gun are you using? A fairly high capacity 11.1v lipo is smaller than a large 9.6v Nimh. I would think you could easily fit a lipo in a full stock of any gun.


I'm either going with the King Arms M4 or the new KWA CQR MOD I. Both are the same layout for the most part. I'm looking to get a 11.1V 3S 2000's MAH lipo. I'm pretty sure it would fit in the stock, but if I get a UBR stock, then that's a whole other issue lol.

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Google search shows both guns being your typical M4. Both should be front wired to the handguard. Can you provide a picture of the battery you are getting. You may have enough space in the handguard to store the battery there.

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