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Old 11-03-2016, 11:57 AM   #16
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Anyone try new Reedy Zapper Li-HV?
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Anyone try new Reedy Zapper Li-HV?
The 7.4 and 7.6 Zappers are legit!. I get .9-1.2 per cell internal resistance on the Icharger
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Nanotech 6000mah are great batteries! Last long and even performence. They are cheap and got nice weight transfer that might help your cornering.

If you are racing stock you want to charge you batteries with a balancer and should charge it to 8.4Volt. As your peak performence will be at 8.4V and a cool motor, you should get your fastest laps the first 2 or 3 laps and then it will heat up and loose some speed.

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Yep, nanotech ultimate are consistently good and with low ir. On to 4th pack myself.
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The temperature of the pack will affect IR greatly: some will go down to less than 0.5 per cell at over 86* F....
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The 7.4 and 7.6 Zappers are legit!. I get .9-1.2 per cell internal resistance on the Icharger
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My best pack is a Basher 5600mah Lihv (even only charged to 4.2v/cell instead of the available 4.35) they just seem to be able to push out the power really well
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Hobby King online is selling Graphene 7500 for 59.99 ea. get them while they last
https://hobbyking.com/en_us/graphene...connector.html
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