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Old 07-29-2003, 04:07 PM   #1
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I will be using a 21 turn stock motor what batteries shall I use 3000 or the new 3300?

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Old 07-29-2003, 04:36 PM   #3
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lol, why would you not use bateries that are cheaper, longer run time, more punch and lower IR ??? is there realy any other battery that compares to a smc gold peak cell? oops did i say smc..dang it slipped up! lol 3300gp all the way
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just take the 3300...
more fuel on board = more fun
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Go for the cells that have more voltage.
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If you plan on running untill the car isn't very fun to drive because the battary had dumped a lot. Than don't gear very high, or you could over heat the motor and damage it or smoke it , also battaries don't like getting super hot.
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Use the batteries that have higher voltage! The 3300 do not have higher voltages than the 3000. They have more runtime and most probably less voltage
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Use the batteries that have higher voltage! The 3300 do not have higher voltages than the 3000. They have more runtime and most probably less voltage
Don't listen to this. The 3000's don't have higher voltage than the 3300's. If 3000's were so good they wouldn't have come out with 3300's. the 3300's have just as high voltage better IR and longer run time. and also 3300's don't drop off through out the race.
Promatch racing makes awsome batteries you can get them from
www.speedtechrc.com
Or you can get smc's they make good batteries too. Don't waste your time or money on 3000's.
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Old 07-31-2003, 01:43 AM   #9
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Aw Gius!

You are probably more confused now than you were the minute you started this thread!

Whatever you want, I've got it!

Cempilli wahda u inkemek ftit f'widnejk!

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