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Old 08-15-2008, 09:38 AM
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I think the 1 cell Lipo will be using regular size BL motors. In the coming weeks we will be testing various motors to see which one will give the same speed as stock 4 cell.
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Old 08-15-2008, 10:29 AM
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Danny, what will the mAH for the single cells be? "C" rating?

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It's a 5700/25C.
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5700! Damn! We are trying to find something to replace the Trinity Spec packs for our beginer class, and I'm hoping this will be the ticket! Any idea on a release date?

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Were expecting the prototype cases and cells next week. We need to figure out if this will work before we tool up to have the cell and cases made. We will have a much better idea of things after the IIC.
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5700, nice.

Even if it was capable of 15C it would still be a very good battery. Because at that capacity, mah trumps the C rating.
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Were trying to offer high C rate cells/packs as the materials used in the higher C rate packs are better which means greater cycle life.
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