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Direct-Power-XT30-dual
Price: $9.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: HV2SV-X2 -

Power two steering servos directly and independently of the BEC with a dedicated 2S pack via an XT30 connector. Servos have 22AWG leads, the special harness is built with and has a pair of 20AWG leads (thicker) so that's the how for making more current available for it. So this harness is only for Traxxas owners running stock 6V rigs because otherwise, owners of Futaba, JR, KO Prop, etc. radio units accept the +8V of an HV pack directly without issue. ...

Direct-Power-Dupont-dual E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $11.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: HV2SV-D2 -

Power two steering servos directly and independently of the BEC with a dedicated 2S pack via a pair of Dupont connectors. Servos have 22AWG leads, the special harness is built with and has a pair of 20AWG leads (thicker) so that's the how for making more current available for it. So this harness is only for Traxxas owners running stock 6V rigs because otherwise, owners of Futaba, JR, KO Prop, etc. radio units accept the +8V of an HV pack directly without issue. ...

Direct-Power-JST-XH2 E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $13.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: HV2SV-J -

This is intended for micro-crawlers instead of models with hairy ass servos. Just because you can do something is not the same as should do something - capice? This is made for power the steering servo independently of the BEC by connecting to the 3S or 4S propulsion pack through the JST-XH connector. HOWEVER, the servo only gets 7.4V (2S, in other words) while the BEC keeps feeding the radio something less, often 6V while at the same time, the propulsion motors gets the full jolt. Easy...

Direct-Power-XT30 E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $13.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: HV2SV-X -

Power the steering servo directly and independently of the BEC with a dedicated 2S pack via an XT30 connector. Servos have 22AWG leads, the special harness is built with and has a pair of 20AWG leads (thicker) so that's the how for making more current available for it. So this harness is only for Traxxas owners running stock 6V rigs because otherwise, owners of Futaba, JR, KO Prop, etc. radio units accept the +8V of an HV pack directly without issue. ...

Power Adapter XT30-XH2 E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $9.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: XT30-XH2 -

The power adapter makes pulling power from a 2S pack's JST-HX balance port and converting to an XT30, easy.  This mates perfectly to a JST-brand XH connector (used for the balance connection of a battery pack). There are other types of balance connectors, battery folks use whatever flavor suits them. Thunder Power, for example uses one, Hyperion uses another, Traxxas uses another, etc. This one is for the JST XH connector. They exist on batteries to make it easy to bleed off voltage from...

Power Adapter XT30-XH3 E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $9.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: XT30-XH3 -

The power adapter makes pulling power from a 3S pack's JST-HX balance port and converting to an XT30, easy.  This mates perfectly to a JST-brand XH connector (used for the balance connection of a battery pack). There are other types of balance connectors, battery folks use whatever flavor suits them. Thunder Power, for example uses one, Hyperion uses another, Traxxas uses another, etc. This one is for the JST XH connector. They exist on batteries to make it easy to bleed off voltage from...

Power Adapter XT30-XH4 E-Revo Traxxas dual steering servos
Price: $9.99
Availability: In stock
Item #: XT30-XH4 -

The power adapter makes pulling power from a 4S pack's JST-HX balance port and converting to an XT30, easy.  This mates perfectly to a JST-brand XH connector (used for the balance connection of a battery pack). There are other types of balance connectors, battery folks use whatever flavor suits them. Thunder Power, for example uses one, Hyperion uses another, Traxxas uses another, etc. This one is for the JST XH connector. They exist on batteries to make it easy to bleed off voltage from...