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Old 10-22-2003, 11:49 PM   #1
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Default Discharge Curves

Alright guys since this is a Radio Control Car Tech Forum let's talk tech. Basically I created this thread so we can see differant discharge curves. I'll start this thread off with 2 Lightspeed GP's (orange/green) then follow with 2 B&T GP's once they finish cycling.

This pack has over 60+ runs on it.
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This pack also has 60+ runs on it.
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