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Old 01-11-2002, 08:49 AM   #1
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DOES ANYBODY KNOW OF A PLACE WHERE I CAN BUY SINGLE CELLS? I WOULD LIKE TO BUY NEW 3000HV CELLS FOR MY COMM LATHE. OR MAYBE EVEN REGULAR 3000'S OR 2400'S. THANKS.
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DOES ANYBODY KNOW OF A PLACE WHERE I CAN BUY SINGLE CELLS? I WOULD LIKE TO BUY NEW 3000HV CELLS FOR MY COMM LATHE. OR MAYBE EVEN REGULAR 3000'S OR 2400'S. THANKS.
y dont you get those really really old sanyo 1700 black cells for the lathe? im using a pack of 1400 and 1200 for my starter box and its doing fine!
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Old 01-11-2002, 09:31 AM   #3
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I TAKE USUALLY 3 TO 4 KIDS WITH ME ON RACE DAY. IT'S A "COMMUNITY" LATHE.
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I TAKE USUALLY 3 TO 4 KIDS WITH ME ON RACE DAY. IT'S A "COMMUNITY" LATHE.
oh...icic...well...you could hard wire the cell so that its in a series...instead of parallel...thats going to give you more "run" time!
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Go to www.promatchracing.com they have both the 3000SMH cells and the 3000HV single cells for sale.
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THANK YOU!! THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I WANTED.
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XER987, Do you race down at Mills Pond Park, or some other track. We race up the road a ways in Lake Worth and sometimes down at Monster.
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DOES ANYBODY KNOW OF A PLACE WHERE I CAN BUY SINGLE CELLS? I WOULD LIKE TO BUY NEW 3000HV CELLS FOR MY COMM LATHE. OR MAYBE EVEN REGULAR 3000'S OR 2400'S. THANKS.
Hey XER987, check out cermark. They got a 1.2V 4400mAh battery for $4.80. They also carry the popular 2400 NiCads and the 3000 NiMh's. Hope this helps and happy racing!
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CADDZILLA,
YEP THAT'S ME. I RACE AT MONSTER. I'LL BE THERE SUNDAY WITH THE REST OF THE CREW.
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THANKS PROUDWINNER.
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I recently made a change to my lathe that was even better than using parrallel packs, i purchased a 12 volt armature from Cobra and am now able to directly wire it to my power supply, i will never have to worry about lathe packs ever again.
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Full C's are good, D's are better and double D's are the best, oh wait we are talking about batteries here sorry
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