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Old 10-27-2009, 06:57 PM   #16
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I didn't read that far, lol. Guess it's a good thing I'm not gonna run my EBug...though I wish I could.
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that's what i was reading.....but does 74wh sound right for a big 5000 4S ? i mean what is 300wh out there ?
according to my calcumalations a 4S 5000 would be around 74-84watt-hour.
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according to my calcumalations a 4S 5000 would be around 74-84watt-hour.


ya it sounds right...but i could care less to get to the air port with my lipo's on my carry on and they tell me i have to toss them or something ridiculous......im actually really tempted to ship all my lipo's down for the weekend then have buddy ship them back....still on the fence tho.
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i just flew to and fro to the nitro pit with three boxes and my cars all had their lipos in the receiver boxes with no problem .
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Well, it seems I can't find anything anywhere in stock that will work. A few places will ship to store from their DC, but I don't really have time for that, now. I'm thinking maybe just find a decent sized luggage type bag... frustrating.
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