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Old 05-11-2009, 06:23 PM   #1
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I'm new to this forum and this hobby and I was looking at some awesome cars and thought that the HPI sprint 2 flux is really good. Could anyone please guide me to a link to buy proper batteries for this car? Thanks!
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Bump! Will someone please answer my question?
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How much have you got to spend?

How fast do you want to go?

Do you have a charger already?
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I don't have a charger, plan to spend about $50 on batteries, and plan to go pretty fast, I'm not going to race it or anything so I don't need the top speed.
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*BUMP* It's been a month.
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Any help would be hot.
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Some good ni-mh packs would be fine. Don't get venom ones though, they suck! Visit cheapbatterypacks.com and have a look at what they have.
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Thanks! What size and connector should I get?
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Thanks! What size and connector should I get?
Sprint 2 Flux uses Deans plugs so you will need batteries with Deans plugs
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Sorry for my ignorance, but it is male or female deans that it uses? *EDIT* Never mind, I found out it was female.
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