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Old 12-01-2005, 11:19 AM   #1
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anybody have a good profile to use for the GFX for stock racing? also, do any of you use the turbo flex funtion? in the manual, it recommends using it only with NiCd cells


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I think it depends more on what batteries you are running than what class your race. Check out the SMC website for all the details you would ever need to know to care for your batteries.

NO, do not use the Turbo Flex on Nimh
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This is what im using for stock/19t

GP 3300's 6 Cell Touring stock/19t

Charge 7 amps
Peak Detect Voltage .05
Discharge 30/35 amps 5.40 cutoff voltage

GP 3300's
Charge 7 amps
Peak Detect .03
Discharge 30/35 amps 3.60 cutoff voltage

hope this helps
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