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Old 11-11-2007, 10:18 AM   #1
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I have one being shipped to my home with two 7.2v 3600 mAH packs. I have an old ofna starter box with the gel cell and 12v motor. How is the Mugen starter box compare to my old ofna box? Also, what is the life expectancy for the two 7.2v cells after a full charge?

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I have one being shipped to my home with two 7.2v 3600 mAH packs. I have an old ofna starter box with the gel cell and 12v motor. How is the Mugen starter box compare to my old ofna box? Also, what is the life expectancy for the two 7.2v cells after a full charge?

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ive never owned the old ofna start box, but i do have a mugen start box and the AE start box, and the mugen has a lil more power,but does eat the batteries faster...i stopped using the stick packs, and keep a 12V deep cycle battery under my pit table for all my start boxes and chargers...
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The Mugen box has really good power, better than the OFNA chrome top, i m o. I use two 3800 stick packs in mine, and the box will last a whole weekend on a charge.
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The Mugen box has really good power, better than the OFNA chrome top, i m o. I use two 3800 stick packs in mine, and the box will last a whole weekend on a charge.
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The Mugen box has really good power, better than the OFNA chrome top, i m o. I use two 3800 stick packs in mine, and the box will last a whole weekend on a charge.
Cool, so my 3600 packs should be ok...
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