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Old 04-22-2010, 07:44 PM   #1
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Default lipo "poofed"

Safe? I think not. Time to make fire Lol
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cut it open and lets see what's inside!
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Old 04-22-2010, 09:30 PM   #4
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i think you mean "puffed". if it still has some charge in it and cut it open THEN it will be "poofed"

how did you use that thing? double taped to the underside of your chassis? it got lots of dents in it and the lower cell in that picture looks like the corner is punctured open.
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cut it open and lets see what's inside!
I wouldn't if I were you. Ask me why I know
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WHY AND DO YOU HAVE A VID?
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Because this deserved it's own thread?

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i think you mean "puffed". if it still has some charge in it and cut it open THEN it will be "poofed"

how did you use that thing? double taped to the underside of your chassis? it got lots of dents in it and the lower cell in that picture looks like the corner is punctured open.
It was in my revo. This happened at a monster truck half time show taking it off the big jumps over vans, cars, buses etc my truck caught a side view mirror and spun out of control about 35 feet in the air. Needless to say it came down hard. The other three cell was fine. chassis was not
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Old 04-24-2010, 01:29 PM   #9
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I would say you got lucky. You could have had a chard heap for an RC car.
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