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Old 02-02-2008, 11:20 AM   #16
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I use the 4800 orions x2 and i love them i run 19t 2wd and mod 4wd and i think the punch is just in that sweeet spot you get with Nimh when the fall just a lil'.Runtime is about 30-35 min.
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Yeah im going to run these 3200'$ for awhile then purchase a couple of 3600'$ and a 48oo.

But for now i'll be running lite yeehaw wheelie king!
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If the 4800 will fit, get the 4800. don't even bother with 3200 or 3600. You should try to have the same battery that way your car will drive the same. I have both 4800 and 3200. Each battery weight different and the power curve is different.

The only reason I got the 3200 is becasue it will fit mini cooper like a stick pack and my Tamiya 415 MRE. The 4800 is too tall to fit in those cars. If you run the buggy, truck, the 4800 should fit no problem.
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If the 4800 will fit, get the 4800. don't even bother with 3200 or 3600. You should try to have the same battery that way your car will drive the same. I have both 4800 and 3200. Each battery weight different and the power curve is different.

The only reason I got the 3200 is becasue it will fit mini cooper like a stick pack and my Tamiya 415 MRE. The 4800 is too tall to fit in those cars. If you run the buggy, truck, the 4800 should fit no problem.

I'am planning on the 4800 orion for the xx-4 trick mod set-up and two 36oo's for my buggy!
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