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Old 11-30-2007, 03:06 PM   #1
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Default NIMH With GTB 3.5

How will this work. I am planning on using a nimh pack with the gtb 3.5 system. What pack should I use for best performance and run time. Or would using lipo batteries be alot better. Im plane on racing a little and alot of speed runs.
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Lipo's will give you more run time.. currently i run 4200's, but plan on makin the switch soon
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if you are going to be running nimh i would run the 4200's or the new 4500's. tons of power and runtime, not like the lipos though.
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