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Old 12-15-2007, 11:37 PM   #61
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uhhh I need some new cells, mine are sooo tired, ran my "good" packs from last winter on a turbo matcher tonight and good grief, please hurry Danny!
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Old 12-16-2007, 06:35 AM   #62
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... 2) We called our distributors and had them send back all the matched IB4200's for credit or eventual replacement. In essence, we pulled the product from our distribution channels.
First I heard of this policy? Wish I would have known before I disposed of hundreds of cells from the last 2 batches.

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Old 12-16-2007, 08:12 PM   #63
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"Trinity is the new exclusive importer for the IB 4600 "

Copied this from another thread... so does SMC buy IB's from Trinity now I bet that will raise the price
if this is so i may not buy them
i wonder where he gets the Ener-G cells from,but i think ill just get these.
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Old 12-16-2007, 09:14 PM   #64
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What is the weight difference between the 6 cells IB4200 & 4600?
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What is the weight difference between the 6 cells IB4200 & 4600?
My one IB4600 pack is 15 grams heavier.
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I thought you had an EP4600 pack Bill?
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I thought you had an EP4600 pack Bill?
Oops! You right! My bad!
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Old 12-17-2007, 09:40 PM   #68
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Good stuff Danny..

Can't wait till you have more so i can get my hands on some..

I race 27T so i tried dead shortin like i was recommend and i didn't have to waste time trayin or nothing still got my 4800MAH into the 4200 cells and power was even better!!

This is the batch i got about 2-3months ago. each pack has had 8-10 charges though... still pushin hard.
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Here is an update on SMC EnerG4600 matched cells. Even though some other companies employees have come on this thread and said the EnerG cell was a relabled 4200 or the same as a stick pack cell the fact is that our high end packs will have 446+ with 1.235+ and 1.3-1.5. We have plenty of confidence that the EnerG cell is very competitive and our racers will use these at the Novak race and Snowbirds.

The EnerG cells seem to have the lowest IR on the market which should make them great for all classes.

Packs are shipping out at the end of this week.
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Here is an update on SMC EnerG4600 matched cells. Even though some other companies employees have come on this thread and said the EnerG cell was a relabled 4200 or the same as a stick pack cell the fact is that our high end packs will have 446+ with 1.235+ and 1.3-1.5. We have plenty of confidence that the EnerG cell is very competitive and our racers will use these at the Novak race and Snowbirds.

The EnerG cells seem to have the lowest IR on the market which should make them great for all classes.

Packs are shipping out at the end of this week.

thats great,i need new cells.
where are these cells from.
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