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Old 07-13-2005, 05:21 PM   #616
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p.s hey arun you want me to make one for you and kumpol?
James.. i sent you an email. please let me know asap. its very important

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Old 07-15-2005, 07:45 AM   #617
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My mmcm zero peak cutoffs ! Is the Mv set too low when that happens or is it just the batteries ?
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Old 07-19-2005, 08:22 PM   #618
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Smile GP 3700 CTX Charge Profiles

I am currently racing 19 Turn & Stock Foam while utilizing the CTX 3 Step Charge Method on GP3700, I am curious to see if anyone has anything better! Attached below is my current charging method that I am using, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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3300mA @7.0
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3350mA @.02
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Tn [email protected] Delta [email protected] 10

Repeak 5 Min Delay @ 250mA

Thanks in Advance for all your help

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Old 07-19-2005, 10:25 PM   #619
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My mmcm zero peak cutoffs ! Is the Mv set too low when that happens or is it just the batteries ?
What value did you set for your delta peak?
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Old 07-19-2005, 10:30 PM   #620
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I am currently racing 19 Turn & Stock Foam while utilizing the CTX 3 Step Charge Method on GP3700, I am curious to see if anyone has anything better! Attached below is my current charging method that I am using, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

1/3
3300mA @7.0
Fn

2/3
3350mA @.02
Fn

3/3
4400mA @4.5
Tn [email protected] Delta [email protected] 10

Repeak 5 Min Delay @ 250mA

Thanks in Advance for all your help

Best Regards

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I am curious; do your batteries "temp cut" or "peak cut" more often? Also, what environment (indoors or outdoors)? If peak cut, what temp do the batteries peak at?
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Old 07-19-2005, 11:41 PM   #621
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I am currently racing 19 Turn & Stock Foam while utilizing the CTX 3 Step Charge Method on GP3700, I am curious to see if anyone has anything better! Attached below is my current charging method that I am using, any help would be greatly appreciated!!

1/3
3300mA @7.0
Fn

2/3
3350mA @.02
Fn

3/3
4400mA @4.5
Tn [email protected] Delta [email protected] 10

Repeak 5 Min Delay @ 250mA

Thanks in Advance for all your help

Best Regards

Alex
Ya i also curious that you putting delta peak 10 will it be very hot for your cell?
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i just ordered a Cell master and a zero-v and this set up should be awsome!!!


Is there any tips that you guys have for me?

Ill be using Smc IB3800's
And ill be racing Mod class
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Old 07-20-2005, 08:19 AM   #623
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I am curious; do your batteries "temp cut" or "peak cut" more often? Also, what environment (indoors or outdoors)? If peak cut, what temp do the batteries peak at?
Arun,
I am running Indoors on Foam carpet, temp @ 80*, and I have seen the batteries temp cut more often.

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Ya i also curious that you putting delta peak 10 will it be very hot for your cell?
Guo Chean,
My GP3700 cells come of warm while using the 3 step method compared to the peak method.
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I just ordered one of these and wanted to know if anyone had a step setup that also utilizes the Much More Battery Heatsinks and still have the cells come off at or near 120*F. If so please post it here so that I can have a head start.

my thoughts were
3300 mah @ 8amps
3350mah @ .5amps
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4400mah @ 6amps

Let me know only if you are using the battery heatsinks as I will be using them.

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I just ordered one of these and wanted to know if anyone had a step setup that also utilizes the Much More Battery Heatsinks and still have the cells come off at or near 120*F. If so please post it here so that I can have a head start.

my thoughts were
3300 mah @ 8amps
3350mah @ .5amps
&
4400mah @ 6amps

Let me know only if you are using the battery heatsinks as I will be using them.

Thanks,
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Shookie,
The heatsinks do not seem to require a drastically different profile, mainly just increases in charging rate or delta peak (as we discussed earlier). I use the heatsink when I am either in a poorly ventilated area during the day or just outdoors in the heat, and I'll usually increase my delta peak and charging rate a little (unless the conditions are very hot).
What kind of batteries will you be using? The profile you listed will probably get your batteries a bit hotter than the typical profiles we have been listing on this thread. If you want to try it, keep your temp cut at 48 (118 deg F).
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:10 PM   #626
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i just ordered a Cell master and a zero-v and this set up should be awsome!!!


Is there any tips that you guys have for me?

Ill be using Smc IB3800's
And ill be racing Mod class
Here is the current CTX profile for IB3800 supported by Nexus Racing. It works excellent for mod racing.

Step 1
3050mA 7.0A
Flex off

Step 2
3080 0.2A
Flex off

Step 3
4900mA 4.0A (for more punch, increase to 4.5 or 5.0A)
Flex off
Temp 48
delta peak (depends on ambient temp, 04 or 05 is a safe starting point).

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I am usign GP 3700's and a few 3300's
I will try the suggested profiles...and keep a close eye on the cells.
I race stock adn 19T so I kind of need that punch...
I already deadshort so will that setup still be a good starting point? or will I need a little more time on the first step?
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Here is the current CTX profile for IB3800 supported by Nexus Racing. It works excellent for mod racing.

Step 1
3050mA 7.0A
Flex off

Step 2
3080 0.2A
Flex off

Step 3
4900mA 4.0A (for more punch, increase to 4.5 or 5.0A)
Flex off
Temp 48
delta peak (depends on ambient temp, 04 or 05 is a safe starting point).

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Thats great!!!
What bout a Tx Pack what should i set the delta peak for...
The Tx pack is a 3600 8 cell pack
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For a TX pack you don't need to be getting the final few percent of performance out of the cells. I would just stick to a linear charge, at 3 or 4A.
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Here it is: Intellect Battery Care Using MuchMore Products

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