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Old 03-12-2007, 05:13 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by trilerian
How many classes are you running, and how long do you have between heats? To be honest, unless you are trying to break track records or looking for that extra 1/10th of a second for the first couple of minutes, your batteries can be charged 30-45 minutes before you use them. So you shouldn't have problems getting batteries charged. If you run more than two classes you may need to buy another charger.
I'll be running just Stock TC tihs and next season. Theres about 6 or so races between the heats a person will be in, ranging from 5 minute to 8 minutes heats. Sounds like I'll be alright, thanks for your help!
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