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Old 08-14-2014, 06:59 PM   #1
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Default HXT and Bullet Connectors

Are these the same? Given the same size (say 4mm) are they safely interchangeable? Thanks. Gary
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HTX is a pair of bullet connectors within a plastic housing. Generic 4mm bullets may not fit and/or lock into the HTX housing.
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As turner said generic bullet connectors will generally not work. The bullet connectors in an hxt housing have a lip on them that allow them to snap into the housing.

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I have a Hawk Sky and the battery came with what looks to be one of those HXT connectors. I want another battery ....I really don't know what connectors to order with the battery. I "think" the original connectors on my battery are HXT...kinda looks like it..help!!
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