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Old 12-26-2007, 07:03 PM   #1
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I am wondering if anyone would be interested in sharing their experiences with these cells.
The other companies cells dont seem all that attractive to me right now for some reason.

Voltage i.r. etc.
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So no one has used these things yet?
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There are plenty of Grepow 4200 cells around ... they are just disguised in distributors heatshrink.

Grepow are not that keen on selling the batteries with their own heatshrink. They told me they prefer to do OEM. Corally may be the exception
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I have a pack i got from speedzoneusa.com and they work great!! Feel the same or better than my IB's. The numbers are just about the same and they cost less.

I'm happy w/ them, but w/ all these new 4500 and 4600 cells for just about the same price why stick w/ 4200's?
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tested no good !
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Old 12-27-2007, 04:25 PM   #6
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Default GREPOW 4200 - OK

We have used these for a few months now. Matched by DEMON here in the UK. No problem in 19T or stock. Never tried them in mod. We think performance is as close to IB4200/EP4200 that most drivers wouldn't notice the difference.
Definitely stay away from the 4500s from this company - definitely gutless, a club racers battery.

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