Much More Impact FD Batteries with FLAT discharge?
Much More has released a new line of batteries.
If you see the discharge graph as shown in REDRC, it looks VERY impressive. It goes back to the good ole days of NiCd battery discharge curves. This would give a SIGNIFICANT advantage especially in stock or 17.5 racing. But having been in this hobby for way too long, I smell BS...
Can anyone who owns fancy chargers (that show discharge curves at 30 or 40 amps) verify these claims?
My charger / discharger is only a Duratrax ICE (10 amp discharge). So when I plot curves using this, the Lipo curves already seem pretty flat for all my battery types (Thunder Power, Turnigy, REVTECH). I understand that the higher the discharge rate (30 or 40 amps), the steeper the curve.
Durango DEST210R, XRAY XB4 2014, Vaterra Slick Rock, Durango DEX210, SpeedMerchant REV4, HB TCX, Traxxas EMaxx, HPI RS4 Pro, Tamiya TA02, Yokomo YZ10, Associated RC10 Team Car, Bolink Eliminator 10, Kyosho Optima, Tamiya HotShot, Tamiya Grasshopper
Last edited by theclutch; 05-30-2013 at 06:40 PM.