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Old 10-28-2008, 01:11 PM   #1
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Could someone please explain the difference between ib 4600 and the ep 4600 cells ?
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Manufacturer and probably some dimensoins or stats of the cell.
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Dierent punch, some last longer, different runtimes that sort of thing
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a discharge at 35 amps on a gfx would tell the story line real fast!
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Could someone please explain the difference between ib 4600 and the ep 4600 cells ?
One starts with ib and the other starts with ep, either way lipo is better
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Manufacturer and probably some dimensoins or stats of the cell.
IB - Intellect Battery
EP - East Power

Different manufacturers is correct....
Because of this, the other comments about stats being different are also true.

Also, from the experiences of those who I race with and myself, it would seem that the IB4600 cells arent up to scratch in terms of lifespan.
Everyone who has them at my club has had them perform for anywhere from 3-5mths max.
And whilst this next comment could be misleading, I have never heard anyone with EP cells complain about short lifespans.

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I believe EP= Enrich Power
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EP is much much better than IB

EP last longer than IB....

Ep = enrich power / eastpower
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