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Old 02-05-2006, 08:13 PM   #1
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Default New to electric, help needed!

Where can I find info regarding how to break in new packs, which cutoff voltage should I use when cycling, discharging, charging, etc etc
just got my multiplex charger and I'm about to begin racing 1/18 off road electric. no clue on how to break in the new pack, obtain the best performance and life out of the battery, etc etc
any inputs will be appreciated!
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try to go the web site of ur battries they might have some tips on that stuff
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Not sure if 1/18 packs have the same method as 1/10 but we normally discharge to .9 volts per cell.
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