K guys when you discharge a pack thats soldered together down to 5.4 thats not guaranteed to be .9 per cell.Why do you think trays were invented?
It's to guarantee that it's .9 or even lower per cell.
The bulbs,reactor,turbo30,35,or other discharge device is discharging the PACK not individual cells like a tray will.
I charge the pack,run it in the car for the 5 minutes of racing,then after the race I discharge it as a PACK(Due to this is how it's trained to run)at 20-30 amps down to 5.4 as a PACK.If racing this pack again I will let it sit for 1.0-1.5 hours and then charge it again to run it a 2nd time in the same day.I have gotten better results doing this and than charging the pack,running it for 5 minutes,letting it sit and then charging it back up.I dont like this method and have gotten better results from what I said before.
I ALWAYS discharge inbetween runs.Just like you would a nicad.
The reason I go from bulbs,reactor,or discharger to a tray is the discharger Im using is a 20-30 amps and most trays are less than 2-5 amps.You dont wanna discharge long amounts of time on a tray at this low of a amp level when the cells are matched at 30 and racing has higher amp draws.When it's at 5.4 as a pack I then put it on the tray to take the cells to at least a guaranteed .9 per cell but also lower.When a cell is this low the amp level isnt as crutial.I have had the best luck doing this.Again guys I DONT deadshort the cells inbetween charges on the same weekend but from weekend to weekend.
Hope this clears some things up.If not read it again.
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