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Old 07-15-2006, 08:04 PM   #1
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Hell I don't belong here cause I run nitro but I need your help.

I need 3 types of batteries, a 7.2V pack for my revo start
a hump pack for my rs4 reciever
and AA batteries for my transmitter.

I found powerizer batteries for these prices.

the 7.2V packs 3300mah 2 for $23
AA batteries 2500mah 1 for $.99
hump pack 1100mah 1 for $7


for these prices and these charge ratings are powerizer batteries ok for my purposes? seen above?

I know these batteries tend to give off not as strong of a current, like they dont offer as much juice when powering electric cars, but I don't need them for that can I get away with these affordable batteries?
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Old 07-16-2006, 07:49 PM   #3
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I bought some 7.2V Powerizer batteries for my TT-01 basher a few years ago, and they worked just fine. I bought the 3000mah packs that were their top of the line back then, and the packs still hold a full charge today after 50-100 charges each. I wouldn't ever trust the Powerizer packs in my Pro4 that I use for racing, but from my experience they are solid packs considering the price. I would imagine Powerizer's other products are of similar quality.
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