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Old 06-07-2008, 09:16 PM   #256
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Yeah racing 3200 mAh Lipo Race Pack. These Rock!

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Old 06-07-2008, 09:58 PM   #257
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Old 06-08-2008, 07:09 AM   #258
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Nearly twice the price and no proof they have better performance. Big danger of reverse connection and destroying expensive esc too.
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or these Intellect I Power 25C 3800mAh
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Old 06-08-2008, 07:56 AM   #260
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Big danger of reverse connection and destroying expensive esc too.
Only if you dont know how to cut your wires to the proper length. No danger of reverse connections in my car. Its impossible to plug it in backwards.

...and my brother in law has the yeah packs. I can confirm the Trakpower has better performance
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Only if you dont know how to cut your wires to the proper length. No danger of reverse connections in my car. Its impossible to plug it in backwards.

...and my brother in law has the yeah packs. I can confirm the Trakpower has better performance

So the only way to stop reverse connection is to cut your wires very short. Crap solution

I don't trust your brother

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So the only way to stop reverse connection is to cut your wires very short. Crap solution

I don't trust your brother

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Shorter wires means less weight up high lowering the CG

I dont trust my brother(s) either. But I do my brother in law.

Not really a fanboy. Everyone started posting their favorite lipos so I posted mine too. I dont really care too much.
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...and my brother in law has the yeah packs. I can confirm the Trakpower has better performance
Did he use the original plug? I am changing the plug out to a Traxxas, great price for these lipos for bashing.
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Did he use the original plug? I am changing the plug out to a Traxxas, great price for these lipos for bashing.
4mm gold bullet plugs. He actually uses a Trakpower too for racing. He just bought these as extras.
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4mm plugs on trakpower but what I meant was for the Yea Raciing lipo.
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4mm plugs on trakpower but what I meant was for the Yea Raciing lipo.
I was referring to the yeah pack. we replaced the tamiya with female 4mm plugs (cut about 2 inch apart from each other and heat shrinked so they wont short).
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or these Intellect I Power 25C 3800mAh
Nice...will it fit M-Chassis?

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....Over charging is dangerous(above 8.4volts)... Hi amp rates are not nessarily dangerous if the pack is designed for it.
I cannot see how you can overcharge a lipo (above 8.4v) when the charging method for lipos is cc/cv, even without using a balancer.
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i personally wont buy it... i just cant trust these cheaper cells
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i personally wont buy it... i just cant trust these cheaper cells
You won't know until you picked them up. I picked up three for some on road action and expect a review in a few weeks with these lipos.
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