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Old 06-26-2009, 07:17 PM   #8 (permalink)
Electric Frenzy
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Originally Posted by The Atomic Ass View Post
Remember this simple rule of thumb: If you are wiring cells in series, multiply voltage, and if wiring in parallel, multiply amp-hours.
In the other posts I feel like I'm being talked AT. The above post makes sense but leads me to more questions...

Why should I wire my batteries in series or parallel? What is the physical difference in wiring them up this way? I only know of one way to tie the batteries together.

If I'm using a 9" DC motor which type of battery connection should I be using and would I need to focus more on kW ratings then??
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