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Old 09-06-2009, 09:00 PM   #1
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Default Any noticable difference between the Ofna 1700 receiver pack & a 1600?

Hey guys, looking to get a new receiver pack. I noticed most are 1600 mah such as my reedy pack. But I saw the Ofna 1700 mah receiver pack. Would there be any noticable difference in runtime or anything of that nature with this pack? I can buy another 1600 mah stickman pack for almost 10 bucks cheaper. Thanks.
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Old 09-06-2009, 09:14 PM   #2
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get the stickman, its good
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Old 09-06-2009, 09:20 PM   #3
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we have had several packs that actully test up to 1800 mah which is good, today i ran a 40min. race without problems and ran yesterday on half charge and got my three quals in and some practice before it dumped.
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Not much difference, I would save some money.
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Ofna packs should only be $25. Stickmans are only $15?
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So far I have had best luck with a off brand/house brand from hobby town. The 2 packs I have had from them lasted longest cycle wise & both took more than cell rating. I have one ofna pack that only takes 1400 mah & 1 that takes 1700 from dead when cycled & a buddy has 2 packs that take 1700 each when cycled to same cut voltage,I say thets normal, its luck of the draw whith reciever cells.I will say I have had nothing but bad luck cycle wise with the orion packs but their only $19 each. All I can say is I have not felt cheated with the ofna packs & know people that have had good luck with stickman also,flip a coin.
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whatever you do. never buy an orion pack. i have tried alot of packs and i think that the reedy lasts the longest and is most consistant. i ran a 30 minute main. went to go charge it up. and the pack still had 1000 mah left in it. reedy all the way
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