2022-11-02 (W) PoweredInlineSkatesRev2 Temporary battery connections

I ordered a couple of battery packs and XT60 connectors because they came with the wrong type. I also needed them for other things, so I bought several pairs. XT60 connectors are suitable for 12AWG and wouldn't fit the thicker 10AWG on the ESC and battery packs. When I looked again, the correct part was the XT90, so I have some of those ordered. I can do lightweight testing and charge up the batteries with these parts until the correct ones arrive. The process was slow because I had to do my best to insert large wires into too-small connectors without damaging anything, but one battery is charging while I write this.
XT60 connectors on too-large wire

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