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Old 02-02-2006, 12:41 PM   #1
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hey guys i have considderet buyign theese batterier but i dont want to unless i now that it is as good ore better than the one i have now.
the ones i have now is 3700 1.19+ from promathc are theese as good ore better than them.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=16478

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Don't waste your money on buying those from rcmart.
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why i havent seen those batteriers lower thanh 1.2+ v
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should i then buy the IB 3600 1.20+ assemblet from pro-match
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go for a reputable matcher.. and go for IB3800's

wait, if youre running stock then i think your 3700's wud be enough.
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why i havent seen those batteriers lower thanh 1.2+ v
Yeah, 1.2+ average voltage from treated and matched cells. rcmart is just selling loose cells. People will all tell you different matchers, but you can't go wrong with any reputable battery matcher. SMC, EA, Express, Brood, DC, Axxis, Promatch, the list goes on. Just keep in mind when looking at numbers that some companies match at 30A compared to 35A.
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hey guys i have considderet buyign theese batterier but i dont want to unless i now that it is as good ore better than the one i have now.
the ones i have now is 3700 1.19+ from promathc are theese as good ore better than them.

http://www.rcmart.com/catalog/produc...ducts_id=16478

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those cells are very pricey for umatched cells


p.s good two see your spleing has imporved.
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