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Alpinetech A+ Replacement Lid DNA200
drewfromthefuture @Dznutz Thanks for updating the parts list. About the Turnigy nano 1500, well it was too large to fit. Took new measurements with the a+ box and am going to try the Turnigy nano 1300mAh of the same series instead. Prototype is coming along great!
drewfromthefuture @Dznutz Thanks a lot for the help man. Looking forward to getting all the parts for my boxes and making a prototype! By the way, I'm going to try out this battery: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__39487__Turnigy_nano_tech_1500mah_3S_25_50C_Lipo_Pack_US_Warehouse_.html?strSearch=turnigy 1500mAh because of the price difference. Looked at maxamps first, but this battery was a lot cheaper and seems to have the correct dimensions/specs.
drewfromthefuture @Dznutz http://www.laptopscrews.com/M1.6x4.htm are these the correct screws?
drewfromthefuture @Dznutz I can't for the life of me find the machine screws anywhere. Any hints would be much appreciated! Thanks
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September 10, 2015
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September 10, 2015
drewfromthefuture @Dznutz I learn something new everyday. Thanks for the knowledge bro.
drewfromthefuture @Torn2bits Just making sure you aren't planning to try the dna 200 with only 2 18650's. It requires at least 3 in series per the user manual. If you don't plan on using 3, go 3s LiPo. That way you will have enough battery voltage.


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