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Old 12-22-2007, 10:25 AM   #1
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Default Anyone running Orion 4500mh cells?


I'd like to shear so opinions on these cells, they're the one used in Orion's "rocket batt pack" and are not matched...I soldered them like a true race pack and used them for the first time with my novak 5.5r system and feel a lack of torque/power...but never experienced brushless before

Basically, how much more power could expect from a matched/zapped IB4200 or EP4200/4600 team pack?

10% to 30% increase or a lot less....??

Read a review from a guy who tested some none matched IB4200 cells in a TC and said their was hardly any difference in power

Should I get some matched cells?
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