could somebody post a discharge curve of the 3200 at 10A and 6.4V cut-off. I'm wondering if these cells are any better than my LiMn's.
I don't get why we don't see more discharge curves on recent LiPo's they have the longest life ever so really to blow one charging out of 500 is like nothing. Not like NiMH where you have 10 good runs which you don't want to waste on taking curves.
Here you can find the ones I've taken of the LiMn: http://forums.radiocontrolzone.com/s...=219459&page=4
The way I took the curves was easy: charged the pack set my ICE to 10A discharge and 6.4V cut-off (you can go lower but it isn't really give any more info) and started discharging. every 20 sec I recorded the voltage of the pack. then I entered the data in Excel. that's it anybody can do that.
So please post some curves if possible