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Old 12-25-2002, 11:47 PM   #1
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Well i got some money for christmas and am gonna get eaither an Xray T1 or a XXX-4 buggy. since the use the same packs i was looking around and found some Sanyo 3000 HV, and GP 3300 packs for about $35-$40. they are matched packs and are at 1.20V, im not sure what these numbers mean but Sanyo 3000HV-ones a 528, ones a 527, and ones a 530 GP 3300-ones a 631 someone please tell me what these numbers mean and whats the best to look for?and what of these packs are the best?
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The "1.20" is the individual cell's voltages.

They higher you can get with this number, the better.

Sanyo HV cells average somewhere in the high 1.14's. It's not uncommon to see 1.15's with HV cells

From what I hear and have seen, GP cells average in the high 1.13's to the low 1.14's. A 1.15 with a GP cell is a little more rare.

The next number you listed, 528, would be runtime in seconds.
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Wow, those specs sound awful high, 1.20 V with over 500 sec's of runtime? I'd check and make sure those batts aren't matched at 20 amps instead of 30, the industry standard is now 30A. If they say they are matched at 30A, I'm 99% sure that company is full of crap.....
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Old 12-26-2002, 01:11 PM   #4
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ok thanks for the help
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if you want good batteries get the team orion 3000hv v-maxx rds matched packs these cells are at 390 secs @30amps with each cells individual voltage being exactly 1.50 volts they are the best i charged them up they take 3500mah
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