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Old 01-31-2006, 04:28 AM   #1
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Default Quick battery question

Hey guys, I havn't raced off road in 10 years! (Losi race in '95 was my last!) Anyhow, my question is, Can I use IB3800's or are the GP's better? Durability?

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Old 01-31-2006, 05:08 AM   #2
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you can win with either, both are top of the line.

IB require greater care, 0.9v min, but costs a bit less.

GP can discharge to 0v, but costs a bit more
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ALB-You can use either.
The IB's are like the older Panasonic 3000's in a way.You just had to treat them right but you got the benefit of a lil more voltage and lower resistance for better punch.

IB3800's VS GP3700's.
Ib's have more runtime,lower resistance,higher voltage and Cheaper.
Issue's?:Care is a lil more demanding but worth it.

GP's=Still a great cell and can be treated like a Nicad almost.

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