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castle Cap Pak Results - 11.23.2011, 08:37 PM

OK, in my CC baja 5t with Mamba XL2 my ripple was 6.4% consistantly.

With the Castle Cap Pak, my Ripple is now 4.6%. So, it seems to lower ripple. Nice piece of extra protection.

Needs a Heavy Duty soldering Iron to install. A light duty soldering iron won't cut it.
   
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11.23.2011, 08:50 PM

who makes capacitors on the board?
   
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11.23.2011, 09:41 PM

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who makes capacitors on the board?
http://www.castlecreations.com/produ...-cap-pack.html
   
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11.23.2011, 09:52 PM

Wasnt easy getting that large gauge wire on the posts comfortably. How about that spark when you plug the batt's in? CRACK!!!
   
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11.23.2011, 09:52 PM

+1 on a high wattage iron
I usally find 30w sufficant but the cap pack was a hard one, this on 10agw wires. bet 8 would be even more difficult.
   
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still dosent tell me anything about who makes them bro are they rubycon?
   
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11.23.2011, 11:06 PM

They look like Panasonic caps to me...
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They look like Panasonic caps to me...
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11.24.2011, 12:20 AM

For the record, I am not sure they are Panasonic, that's just what they look like to me. I did a low-esr cap search on ebay and found the ones with the "M" logo (like the ones on CC's pics) were Panasonic.
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11.24.2011, 12:56 AM

That's right BrianG, M logo means Matsushita, the name of the company groups who manufactures the Panasonic/National/NAIS/Technics stuff.


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12.12.2011, 05:57 AM

Those are Panasonic FM 220 uF


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