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Old 12-14-2007, 10:14 AM   #1
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Well, we are receiving the new Team Orion 3600 lipo's today. The other one were awesome these should be better.


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I think Speedtech got them in as well.

http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=596&id=6971

There's one sitting there for me.
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Do these fit in the Tamiya M03 chassis?
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Do these fit in the Tamiya M03 chassis?
Yep, just like a stick pack.
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yes they do fit 1/10 scale and the new are 25c instead of the old 20c.

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Orion 3600 will NOT fit Tamiya mini m03. I have both.
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The 3200 will fit, but the 4800 won't because it has a rectangular profile. If overgear is correct, than I suspect the 3600 has a profile similar to the 4800.
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The 3200 will fit, but the 4800 won't because it has a rectangular profile. If overgear is correct, than I suspect the 3600 has a profile similar to the 4800.
the top half is rectangular profile like 4800
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They are going to fit in the bottom of the car a little different, depending how old the car is or how that manufactures cut the bottom of the chassis or tub out. The top is up to you making some thing to fit or if you tape your batteries in, there is no problem.

Dimensions 3200mAh:
17.5mm radius sides to emulate stick pack shape)
Height - 23mm (20.5mm height between bumps)
Weight - 198g (6.6 oz.)
True 20C

Dimensions 3600mAh:
Length - 138mm
Width - 47mm
Height - 23.5mm (22mm height between bumps)
Weight - 220g (7.7 oz.)
True 25C

Dimensions 4800mAh:
Length - 137.5mm
Width - 47mm
Height - 23mm
Weight - 258g (9.1 oz.)
True 15C

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• Li-Po power delivery ensures maximum power throughout the discharge cycle
• Can be used and recharged unlimited times per session
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• Fits 90% of 1/10 scale chassis with little or no modification
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www.speedworldraceway.com , great price
www.speedtechrc.com has them too.
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Old 12-15-2007, 12:38 AM   #10
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ylib,

the M03m is a unique design, unlike modern sedans. The battery has to slide through a tunnel, so the profile has to have a rounded profile top and botom. But for the most part, youre right.
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ran the new 3600 orion lipo today and it was awesome !!!!
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Well anyone tested the 3600's in a Corally RDX PHI yet? Will they fit?
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I am LiPo illiterate.

What kind of Sub-C pack numbers (RT, IR, V) would this Orion 3600 LiPo pack be equivalent to?
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yes we ant to know they same also on the PHI...... there are a few locals running the 3200's in their PHI's

but the 3600's??????????????????????????????
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