$52 for an off-brand? You could get Promatch 4600 EnerG or similar matched cells for around $40-45 assembled. IMO many of the 4500 rated cells are intended for powertools with intermittent drain, and not the constant high-drain use required for RC.
I really liked the IB3600 and 3800 cells as they had good punch and runtime and were reliable as could be plus they discharged evenly. I did however have one 4200 cell explode. I have some IB4200's with such incredible runtime that after a full season I can still run 2 5-min heats in a 2WD buggy without recharging. I haven't tried their 4600's.
GP cells were really good as 3300's but seem to have stalled at that level.
EU spec means that the cells have met the shorter european length specification of 43mm
GV2 Pro, XXX4G+, Blitz SCT, CRC GenXL
Last edited by RC Dad; 08-25-2008 at 07:17 AM.