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Old 01-20-2005, 05:31 PM   #1
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i need some nice batterys UNASSEBLED for around 50 bucks with good runtime for my 19t mod any suggestions?
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i need some nice batterys UNASSEBLED for around 50 bucks with good runtime for my 19t mod any suggestions?
there are plenty of matchers that provide what you're looking for. just don't take your advice from those who are sponsered by or own a particular company. they tend to be a little biased...
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There alot of excellent matchers and suppliers out there.

Kinetix, Pro-Match, Surge, Fusion, SMC, Reedy, Power Push, Hurricane, Fukuyama etc...

The list goes and goes. You cannot go wrong with one of the ones mentioned above or from one of the others I forgot to mention.

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Old 01-20-2005, 06:42 PM   #7
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wow thanks is their anything i should stay away from as far as voltage for each cell or size?
and whats the 30 amp mean? is that the amps going to the motor?

p.s. surge is who im gonna buy from all my friends run those
GP33ST2-6 400+ 1.165-1.169 $49.99 Stage2

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30 amps is the discharge current, pretty much standard with most matchers. As far as size, most matchers match GP 3300 cells which are all the same size (dimensionally). Do you mean size as in capacity?
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okay i get everything now!
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Make sure that the batteries you are looking at use the industry standard .90 voltage cut-off. Some so called "battery companys" drop this down to make their numbers look better.
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Old 01-20-2005, 08:40 PM   #13
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will i notice any change in speed with these matched cells? i have been using team orion 6 cell 3000mah sport packs ever since i got my tc3 about 6 months ago
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www.fusionbatteries.com ... tak a look you might find what your looking for ..
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POWER PUSH 17 YEARS IN THE BUSINNESS WWW.POWERPUSH.COM ! THEY HAVE WON MORE RACES THAN ALL THE ABOVE MENTIONED PUT TOGETHER!!!!!!
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