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Old 12-16-2002, 05:58 AM   #16
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Sanj, that's a pretty good answer ! If I was to recharge a battery with a 30% charge still left in it, the charger still starts from zero so it makes sense your explanation.

As for equalizing the cells, I never thought of that and I see why it may be important to have one of those discharge trays !

So what do you think about my YOKOMO YR-4M2 photo ? Like it ?

Can't wait to race it.

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