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Old 03-05-2007, 02:20 PM   #16
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so these batteries only lasts for a month or 2?
They only run at their peak performance for that long if you dont take care of them (like equalizing, etc). If you are new though I wouldnt worry about it too much. One need for a turn marshall wipes out any gain you had from have the best equipment.
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Old 03-05-2007, 02:53 PM   #17
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hi could you help please with settings on a lrp pulsar comp 2 charger so as to get best out of these batteries.
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6 amps, 20mv cutoff is probably a good start. What's more important is the temperature of the batteries when you're done charging. Like Losi123 said, 125 degrees at peak is probably about right. They will actually get a little warmer after you stop charging.
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isn't that mv a little high? I charge mine to cutoff @7mv. At peak their temping @ 125 degrees. I saw a thread about two months ago where a guy blewup a 4200 charging @ 6 amps and 15mv. I'd be careful with that .02
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hi could you help please with settings on a lrp pulsar comp 2 charger so as to get best out of these batteries.
That's depend on what type of race you'll follow, mine :
1. stock (19T, 23T) : 6 amp 20 mv
2. modified : 5 amp 10 mv

But I use TWL 2.0 for discharging
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Old 03-06-2007, 02:16 PM   #21
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hi we run a 5 mins race with std 540sh mardave motors. i agree with the 6 amps but not sure about the cut off i have it set at present .5mv
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Old 03-07-2007, 11:50 AM   #22
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Hey. I two I'm alittle confused about the peak setting. I have an ice charger. The peak cut-off has settings from 3mv to 15 mv. Got my answer on another topic site. I don't have the instruction b/c i just borrowed it. I found out that the ice mv cutoff is set for per cell not per pack. Thanks Steve. Later. Dan

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