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Old 09-23-2004, 08:52 PM   #1
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I was thinking about getting a pack to try,Just wondering what voltages should I look for??The few packs that my LHS had were 1.185's,But as I understand it they(Reedy)just takes an average of the first 5 min. not the whole discharge cycle.It's to give you an Idea on how your batteries will really perform in a race.But given the way they are doing the voltages I'm not sure what voltages would be fair,good or great,anyone try them yet?
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reedy starting doing this only on their realtime batteries. their explanation was that races do not go longer than 5 minutes.
3300's and now 3600's last longer than 5 minutes. so why give a 7 to 8 minute discharge average.
either the races are going to have to add a extra minute or maybe
everyone will start giving a 5 minute voltage.
Promatch batteries are good.
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I have some promatch's that are 1.175's,just wondering what their voltages would be at the 5min. mark..
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the average voltage would be higher. Overall, the best reedy cells are going to be the same as the best trinity, orion, promatch, or any other companys. The main difference will be how they are discharged and that will be the diff. in the numbers.
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Discharged at 30 amps,Just like everyone elses.
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