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Old 04-30-2012, 07:39 PM   #16
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I think the guy should have asked if the OP was going to travel to big races..... if so, then get roar approved packs.... but if you'll only be at your home track(s) doing club races then get whatever you want..... if the OP is really new to racing i would say get the best value in batts..... it's more important to learn how to stay on the line than it is to have a whole lotta punch..... as a matter of fact I use older packs in quals so that my car is a little easier to drive.
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Old 04-30-2012, 07:45 PM   #17
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Any advise given should consider all the possibilities, and I think making newbies aware of the Roar Approval is necessary, nonetheless.... Maybe not mandatory though.... I also know that top racers will easily beat amateurs, but most of them End up competing against each other in a big event, and that's when you can somewhat have an idea of what brands of lipo packs are the real deal. You will have maybe four or five brand name to choose from, but I recommend anybody to watch the races themselves, so you can see their Performance....
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