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Old 09-27-2005, 11:23 AM   #1
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Default Charging & Discharging with Pro-match/Fusion Batteries

Ok, i bought a Pulsar Competition after my Quasar Pro Took a dump on me.

Couple Quick questions

1. OK, I Charge my pack at 6 amps for stock truck/sedan racing, after my race do i let my batteries kool first to discharge them or discharge them right away after my race?

2. Is it ok to charge a pack, race that pack, let the pack kool, and then charge the pack for the last race from where it was?

I have 2 Fusion 1.185 3300's

and im getting 3 Pro-Match 3700 1.185's
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Old 09-28-2005, 03:04 AM   #2
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When discharging u don't have to let it completly cool but no more than warm. And yes u can use the pack twice in one day just let it completly before charging.
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