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Old 12-12-2006, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default 3300+ brushless 13.5=?

i have a couple of gp3300 batteries they are still in good condition.. and my question is does 3300 could handle brushless? with 13.5(stock equivalent) motor?? just for practicing... thanx
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i have a couple of gp3300 batteries they are still in good condition.. and my question is does 3300 could handle brushless? with 13.5(stock equivalent) motor?? just for practicing... thanx
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You bet! In fact, because brushless motors are 20% more efficient than brushed motors, your 3300's will perform much better with brushless.
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you'll probably get over 10 min of runtime, so for practice, they'd be great...

my 3800's last for 15 min, and my 4800 lipo lasts for 25 min...
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thanx. i thought 3300's are already long forgotten. .... and also i was thinking that the new brushless are hard on batteries.since when brushless came out lipo's and new highr cells are always the match for it.. guess it was just coincidence..
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thanx. i thought 3300's are already long forgotten. .... and also i was thinking that the new brushless are hard on batteries.since when brushless came out lipo's and new highr cells are always the match for it.. guess it was just coincidence..
I still use 3300's with my GTB and a 3.5 and have no problems at all , i can still get over 5 minutes of runtime
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i guess i could still save some bucks.. for the holiday season.. rather than buying new 4200 .. this month...
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