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New to elec. need help.

Old 07-11-2006, 08:32 PM
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When new to eletric racing, I would say you don't need that great of packs to start with. When I started racing electric (Had raced 1/8th scale Nitro for a while before) I found a couple guys at the track that each sold me a couple old 3300 matched packs for $10-$15 bucks a piece, and for under $50 had 4 battery packs that worked really well. Used them for practice and qualifying then used the good IB3800 matched pack I bought for the main.
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Old 07-11-2006, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by jsmax
When new to eletric racing, I would say you don't need that great of packs to start with. When I started racing electric (Had raced 1/8th scale Nitro for a while before) I found a couple guys at the track that each sold me a couple old 3300 matched packs for $10-$15 bucks a piece, and for under $50 had 4 battery packs that worked really well. Used them for practice and qualifying then used the good IB3800 matched pack I bought for the main.

Really good advise!

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