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Old 08-17-2011, 12:47 AM   #1
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H-Energy is mainly production RC battery.
especially for racing car.our quality have passed ROAR.EFAR certification.
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Old 08-17-2011, 03:59 AM   #2
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The Packs pictured in the first picturedid not pass ROAR as they are soft packs.
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H-Energy is mainly production RC battery.
especially for racing car.our quality have passed ROAR.EFAR certification.
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Sorry, but i can't find your products in the EFRA's Battery homologation list....
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Old 08-17-2011, 07:14 PM   #4
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The Packs pictured in the first picturedid not pass ROAR as they are soft packs.
ROAR :HE5200mAh 25C 7.4V applied in 2008
HE5500mAh 50C 7.4V applied in 2011


EFAR:HE5200mAh 25C 7.4V applied in 2008

all the material system is the same.so we save cost,only applied a few items.
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Sir,
I am not ROAR.
I refer you to
http://www.roarracing.com/?page_id=10
Please see specifically 8.3.2.1 and more specifically 8.3.2.2.
ROAR after 2010 requires a hard case.

Your '08 pack is still listed on the approved site and as I am not ROAR I am not able to comment on that.
I do see that your part number is listed as the same HE 006 on both packs.
I must assume that the HE 006 from 08 was superceeded by the HE 006 of 2010 and again hard packs are now required.


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Sir,
I am not ROAR.
I refer you to
Please see specifically 8.3.2.1 and more specifically 8.3.2.2.
ROAR after 2010 requires a hard case.

Your '08 pack is still listed on the approved site and as I am not ROAR I am not able to comment on that.
I do see that your part number is listed as the same HE 006 on both packs.
I must assume that the HE 006 from 08 was superceeded by the HE 006 of 2010 and again hard packs are now required.


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Yes.you are right,2008 and now.they are different in ROAR. So when this year we are applying 5500mAh 50C 7.4V.ROAR call us re-send one pcs 5200mAh 25C 7.4V to ROAR.update it.
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