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Old 10-11-2007, 02:16 AM   #1
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I just wanted to know, will the Trinity CO27 Motor work with 3000 MaH batteries. If not which batteries are recomended for the Trinity CO27 Motor.
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If the batteries can push power through them, any Motor will work. The CO27 was designed for the higher capacity cells but I could get an 800mah receiver pack to turn a CO27. Go ahead with one, you'll be fine.
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Get the biggest batteries you can find and use it....I use ib 4200's and the motor 'sings'. I've had a lot of 'stockie's' and the co27 has been for me the best !!!!
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yes those packs will work with Trinity motors fine.
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yes those packs will work with Trinity motors fine.
So it wont blow up?
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Haha... cells really shouldn't blow up. Maybe if you put 6 AA batteries in there they might overheat from incredible amp draw... but you're fine. I use second hand 1500mAh NiCd cells and the motor works fine. I wish I had some 3000mAh...
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if you cant buy a good matched set of batteries look at buying loose cells that the matcher couldn't put a good pack together. for club it will work fine
www.teamhighvelocity.com has them for $4.00 per cell
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Haha... cells really shouldn't blow up. Maybe if you put 6 AA batteries in there they might overheat from incredible amp draw... but you're fine. I use second hand 1500mAh NiCd cells and the motor works fine. I wish I had some 3000mAh...
Lol, thanks
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