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Old 12-13-2011, 04:00 PM   #1
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Looking for a good quality battery to power my spektrum receiver with 2 hitech metal gear servo's..

mainly want one that holds charge very well and i cant find much on what people like to use so the more info the better on them so i dont waste my money

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would like to keep it between $20-$30 range
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would like to keep it between $20-$30 range
Proteks from A Main are pretty good...I have a few and like them.
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I've had good luck using the Nuenergy Nimh Batteries from Hobby People and also the Protek Lipos from Amain. My friend uses Promatch Racing Batteries and says they work really well too.
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Looking for a good quality battery to power my spektrum receiver with 2 hitech metal gear servo's..

mainly want one that holds charge very well and i cant find much on what people like to use so the more info the better on them so i dont waste my money

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pm me. i have pretty much any brand rx pack (NiMh and lipo) will give you a good deal on one to try before you spend to much on somthing you dont know if you like or not, Mike
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You really can not beat Promatch Racing. Whether you want a NiMh or LiPo, they are the cheapest I could find, and they are very high quality packs.

$9 for a nimh or $22 lipo, NEW.. You can't beat that!!!


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