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Old 01-24-2005, 06:32 PM   #1
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I was wondering.
What should, I have the charger-settings set at to get more putch out of a GP 3300? Peak detect etc...
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Stock or mod?
Try charging at 5.5-6A with 3-5mv/cell peak detect. Then re-peak before race at 6A and 1mv/cell detect.
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thanks for the info.
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the pitbull doesn't do mv's it uses the .03 .04 type system which is basically the same thing but if you tell soemone mv's they are going to be slightly confused.
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mV per cell is FINE for giving charge setups...so long as people can do some basic math and understand that 1mv = .001V...

If that level of math is beyond their comprehension then unfortunately the charger is likely also too complicated...

I know that may sound harsh....but it's not rocket science
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mV per cell is FINE for giving charge setups...so long as people can do some basic math and understand that 1mv = .001V...

If that level of math is beyond their comprehension then unfortunately the charger is likely also too complicated...

I know that may sound harsh....but it's not rocket science
I agree with you, it's sad that so many people here in the US can't understand the Metric system.
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I haven't raced in awhile and just started again. It seemed as if my cells didn't have any punch. Perhaps, I had the Speedo set wrong or the motor(epic binary), just didn't have any torgue.

How long does it take GP3300 Promatch batteries to return to normal.. I take care of my batteries by discharging them the day before racing or the day of..
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