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Old 03-16-2007, 09:50 AM   #1
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question ,,,im running the stock radio from losi lst2 ,,,im using some rechargeable batteries 1.2 volts per cell,,,can i use those li on rechargeable ones ...they are 3.7 volts per cell...
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NO! if you used 8 l-ion aa size batts in your transmitter most likely would toast something. All I ever use standard batts or nicd-nimh for a rechargeable set. At 3.7 a cell that would be 29.6 volts!!! Thats like triple of whats needed to power one.
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