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Old 05-22-2009, 03:04 PM   #1
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Default ESC and batteries

Hi all,

Is the LRP SXX TC Spec 80950 suited for 10.5t engines?

On another forum a racer noticed that his LRP ESC voltage cut off was at 2.8Vpc, 5.6V 2S battery. Any news on this terrible case. Alle LiPo's go bust this way! He thinks that all LRP ESC have voltage cut off of 2.8Vpc. If that is true, how on earth can that be? Any experience?

I am considering buying battery Reedy Lipo 4900 35C. Would be the first US battery for me. Want to charge it with Hyperion EOS0610i DUO (2x6S). Do I need special cables with specials plugs and so on for charging and balancing?



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Old 05-22-2009, 04:44 PM   #2
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The LRP SPX Competition has some extra progiles for the stock classes, 10.5 & 13.5 etc.

I have known people to have problems with LRP's lipo cutoff.
I just don't use it.
If you are only doing 5 min runs you won't have a problem.

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