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Old 12-27-2009, 12:19 PM   #31
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I run the turnigy batteries in my short course truck and they are fine. $20 for a 5000 lipo. I think for the brushless you might be better of going with a brand with a higher c rating. In addtion, the cells are not standard sizes which may require modification to battery holders to get them to fit.
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Thanks for all the input everybody, very helpful. I ended up picking up a Reedy 5000mah 35C pack for about $100. Should be more than adequate for my needs!
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