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Old 01-26-2005, 06:10 PM   #1
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Default Which Batteries?!?!

Epic Dreadnaught 6-Cell 3000mAh E-Maxx (2)

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Team Orion 6-Cell 3000mAh Super Duty Plus NiMH (2)

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Peak Performance Power Max Pro 6C 3000mAh E-Maxx (2)


i know it says good for e maxx...but thats only because e maxx runs 2 batteries...im just lookin for a good 3000 pack for good price..like these..which one would be the best? i already know if im going to buy (2)3300 packs i know wat i want. but tahts a different story...thats for later...right now...i just want to know which battery is better....im pretty sure those 3000s are good.
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Well take a look at the numbers, and compare those to the price of the three, the one with the higher numbers and cheaper price compared to the other will be a good choice, and also i suggest going with GP cells, i know Orion uses those. No experience with the epic cells, but the Orions seem way super dope to me.
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Old 01-27-2005, 11:11 AM   #4
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Those are all unmatched stick-packs.

I'm about 95% sure all three of the packs you've listed use the same cells, and won't be any difference between them.
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