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Old 02-24-2008, 03:46 PM   #46
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0 balancer (good LiPo's don't require balancing)


Isn't that the point of all this new technology??
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Old 02-24-2008, 07:02 PM   #47
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or8ital, see the picture above, thats goes to a hyperion/flightpower connector. Trackpower sells it.

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So I just need the 610C charger and that connector and Im good to go? (aside from my power supply of course)
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So I just need the 610C charger and that connector and Im good to go? (aside from my power supply of course)
If i'm not mistaken you have to get the jst connector from trackpower......the one that mini me showed us above. I think you can directly hook up the connector to the charger with some mods for our batteries. I'm in the same boat as you. I am trying to decide whether i want to get the 610c and the correct balancing lead or just get the orion avionics with the orion balancer with it too.......

I'm really wanting the 610c with the internal balancer but i'm stil trying to figure out what connector to get and how to modify it to make it work.....if there is any modifications needed with that set up mini me posted above. let me know what you come up with.
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Picco....just use your sponsors, Visa, Mastercard, and Amex and buy both. That way you can finally be satisfied...at least for this week, next week we'll be buying other crap
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I have two Orion 3600 packs and now feel that that best thing to do is run only one pack for a race day. My 3600s seem to get progressively better for the day run after run.

Only use my second pack for practicing and alternate which pack will be my one and only pack for the race day.

Yesterday, my last run of day had my fastest lap...during the race...Excellent!

I have two LRP Pulsar 3 chargers; but, only need the second one to accelerate time between practice runs. Second one not needed to race.

FYI...At NorCal, we always have at least an hour between rounds. NorCal gives us about 3 hours of practice before the racing begins. NorCal rules for their weekend race format.
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