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Old 02-23-2005, 09:26 PM   #16
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Um, no, you can either leave .9v in each cell for storage until the next week, or you can leave it 1/3rd charged or so, especialy if you dont race for more then a week.

When you get to the track, you wanna tray your batteries and then put a full 5-6 amp charge on them, dont do it the night before, you will mess the memory up and prolong the life of the battery
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