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Old 06-22-2010, 04:39 AM   #2416
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If you don't need to run a pick with bullets I'd recommend the thunder power 2s 40c 5000mah stick. If u need a bullet pack due to euro racing rules someone else will need to make a recommendation.

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T3 ran great today but I have a quick question. I'm currently running the tekin 13.5 brushless system and I'm looking for a new lipo battery. Now I'm running a 5300mAh 25c battery and I'm looking for more power. Any recommendations on battery?
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Old 06-22-2010, 05:09 AM   #2417
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If you don't need to run a pick with bullets I'd recommend the thunder power 2s 40c 5000mah stick. If u need a bullet pack due to euro racing rules someone else will need to make a recommendation.
Agreed. ThunderPower 40C 5000 is still the best pack out there. We all keep going back to it.
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Old 06-22-2010, 06:43 AM   #2418
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yeah but it works great
Not for long outdoors it doesn't, end up with nothing in there at all.

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If you don't need to run a pick with bullets I'd recommend the thunder power 2s 40c 5000mah stick. If u need a bullet pack due to euro racing rules someone else will need to make a recommendation.
Our rules allow any connectors you want. Where do these rumours come from

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Old 06-22-2010, 07:34 AM   #2419
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I use AcePow 5000 40c lipos

best on the market so far i found
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Old 06-22-2010, 01:53 PM   #2420
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Where can I find these batteries.
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Old 06-22-2010, 02:04 PM   #2421
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Agreed. ThunderPower 40C 5000 is still the best pack out there. We all keep going back to it.
So that pack has proven to be "punchier" than their new 5200/50C pack?
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Old 06-22-2010, 04:37 PM   #2422
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Not for long outdoors it doesn't, end up with nothing in there at all.
not sure whats going on there, in 10.5t i run my diffs for 20-30 heats (4-5 weeks of racing) with no problem, std balls & rings, hudy diff grease on thrust as well. I really only regrease them becuase i think it's about time to, the diffs still feel great.

for mod they last maybe 5-6 runs before regrease.
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Where can I find these batteries.
team kellner cells he has a thread on here and a web site

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Agreed. ThunderPower 40C 5000 is still the best pack out there. We all keep going back to it.
What about the ThunderPower 50/100C 5200 packs?
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What about the ThunderPower 50/100C 5200 packs?
The 40c is consistently faster in stock. We have a new batch of 50c's in transit and maybe they will be better, but we have tried several of the previous 50c's and we keep going back to the 40c's.
Not that the 50c's are bad by any stretch, but the 40c's have a noticeable edge in stock.
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The 40c is consistently faster in stock. We have a new batch of 50c's in transit and maybe they will be better, but we have tried several of the previous 50c's and we keep going back to the 40c's.
Not that the 50c's are bad by any stretch, but the 40c's have a noticeable edge in stock.
Not the first time I have heard this. But, your saying it certainly adds credibility for me. Thanks.
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hello guys,

since you are talking about packs, how are the IP 5600 50C packs?? i will run in mod class (4.5T) are they good??

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IP 5600mAh can't fit in T3
or Choice SMC 50C 5200mAh
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IP 5600mAh can't fit in T3
or Choice SMC 50C 5200mAh
i didnt know that , thanks for the answer, how about the IP 5000 50C??
does it fit??
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i didnt know that , thanks for the answer, how about the IP 5000 50C??
does it fit??
yes fit !
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