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Old 12-18-2008, 07:46 AM   #1
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Default Estimated run-time Yeah 3200 on 13.5 super stock truck?

I know quite a few are running the Yeah 3200 in the stock class. What type of run-time are you getting out of these packs?

Would it potentially make an 7 or 8-min main on a smaller track with a lot of throttle manipulation (not wide open the whole race)?
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I know quite a few are running the 3200 in the stock class. What type of run-time are you getting out of these packs?

Would it potentially make an 7 or 8-min main on a smaller track with a lot of throttle manipulation (not wide open the whole race)?
You should make 7 or 8 minutes fairly easily with that setup. WHat I would do to be safe is to run 5 minutes and then check your packs voltage just to see how close you are getting to 6 volts. If your only at 7.3 or so you will easily make the 7 or 8 minute time frame.
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I don't have one at the moment to do that. I don't want to buy the 3200 unless I can get a warm fuzzy about the runtime others are getting with a 13.5 truck.

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In a 5 minute heat/main I am only using 1000- 1100 mah depending on driving conditions. If i am just practicing I get around 15 min. till my li-po cut-off trips @6.5v. the 3200's are labeled correctly because if I run to the cutoff the pack will take 3200+ mah of charge.after a 5 minute main my 3200's all still read around 7.2-7.35v
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Perfect, that's what I needed to know.

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