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which is better New Sanyo 3300HV or GP3300

Old 10-06-2003, 02:15 PM
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which is better New Sanyo 3300HV or GP3300

Hello guys can someone tell me how the new Sanyo 3300HV (blue colored cells) comapre to the second generation GP3300 cells ??

All help would be appreciated.
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Old 10-06-2003, 02:23 PM
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Default here is the 3300HV im talking about

Heres a pic of the new 3300HV, im sure you all seen the new seocnd generation GP3300 cells.

Mainly i willbe using them for stock racing ?? Need some comments about these 3300HV otherwise im just going to buy some GP instead, cause i heard the first batch of 3300HV's (black ones) were really crappy in stock.

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Old 10-06-2003, 02:39 PM
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That cell is the Yokomo GP cell, not a new Sanyo.
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Originally posted by MattW
That cell is the Yokomo GP cell, not a new Sanyo.
Well one of my mates is selling them to me per cell, and they are available that way in Japan, i was there few days ago im just trying to give an example on how it looks because ppl mike mistake it from the previous black cells
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Old 10-06-2003, 03:04 PM
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The Yokomo cells are GP cells (second generation)
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holy smokes! time to get some fresh air? there is no sanyo..like there is no spoon? gp batteries rule r/c
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Default im confused

I though those yoke cells were sanyo thats what it says in the display shefl can someone else confirm this ????
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Old 10-06-2003, 03:25 PM
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the blue wrapper yok cells are gp cells. GP ALL THE WAY
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If you don't believe us click here. http://www.roarracing.com/products/sbattery.htm This is the Roar approval on the GP cells and the different shrink wraps that are approved this year for use. Yok does have some other Sanyo 3300 cells. But they are still Black label with different color lettering.
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no no i believe you i just wanted some more confirmation
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The Sanyo cells were discontinued due to a venting problem during charging. There are still some of the cells out there. But the cells you are showing by Yokomo are in deed second generation GPs not Sanyos. Not to metion Sanyo cells are twice the price of GPs.

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how to tell the difference between the 1st and 2nd generation GP's?
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2nd gens have way more voltage and lower ir's
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how to differentiate.is it the code:
Gp330SCHR
GP330SCH
or is it the latest green/orange band like duracells are the newest?
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"Regarding the different versions of GP3300, there is no difference at all between GP330SCHR(rainbow colour sleeve), GP330SCHC(green and orange sleeve) and the S.P. versions, in terms of cell construction and performance. To our knowledge, they are all of the same professional grade cells."

So I hope the 2nd gens, which I got are different from the previous GP 3300, even so-- they are still the best by far, for now on the market.
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