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Old 02-22-2006, 07:37 PM   #16
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Here's how I see it:

Nobody forces you to buy the newest and "best" stuff... So whether or not companies decide that the market as a whole will have a demand for that type of product, so be it. If you want to buy it then that's up to you

With higher capacity cells, typically you'll get more voltage capabilities because of the higher mah rating of the cells. The higher your mah, the more amperage your batteries are capable of producing in a given time... more speed + accel

This seems like an endeless race to some unforseen goal... Until there is a definite need for this kind of thing you won't find them in my toolbox

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Old 02-22-2006, 07:49 PM   #17
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I say bring on the higher capacity batteries.

Its not even legal at the moment so in fact it by having the higher capacity batts available it actually helps the prices of the 3800's.

I seen the 3800's prices drop over 40% over the last few months.

Buy the 3800's now coz they are and absolute bargain. By 6months time, your 38000's would need to be swapped over anywy, by then 4200's will be legal and as cheap as 3800's are now.

win-win situation if you ask me.

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