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Old 08-08-2012, 08:17 AM   #1
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I have a question Turnigy nano tech 6000mAh 2S2P 65 ~ 130C Hardcase that's also good to 15 lipo charging or should I buy thunder power lipo's
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I have a question Turnigy nano tech 6000mAh 2S2P 65 ~ 130C Hardcase that's also good to 15 lipo charging or should I buy thunder power lipo's
I bought 2. One pack was bad when I bought it, one cell low in voltage, and doesn't balance.

The other pack is ok, but does not have the performance of an higher-end battery. I'm dissapointed in them.
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I have a question Turnigy nano tech 6000mAh 2S2P 65 ~ 130C Hardcase that's also good to 15 lipo charging or should I buy thunder power lipo's
I have Turnigy nano tech 5600mAh and after 25-30 charging cycles it works fine.
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I have been running 2 5600 50c nano tech Turnigy packs for a year now in mod and 13.5 boosted not a seconds trouble, no swelling no melting battery poles nothing, they have better discharge figures than my orion 90c packs !!!!!! best bang for your buck !!
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I have no complaints. I ran my 6.0 that I used for about 3 weeks in my 4wd SCT and then took it out and ran it in my new touring car in 17.5 blinky and it ripped. I have no problems what so ever. Very happy with the way they are performing for me. When I do go to balance them they are very close and need very little at all to get them balanced. For the dollar I feel mine are performing great.

We have sold about 20 of the 6.0 and 5.6 Nanos from our shop and have zero problems with any of the ones we sold. They sold so well and everyone wants them that we ordered another round of them. Everyone thought the overall performance was excellent and are waiting for our next batch of them to come in.
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I have been running 2 5600 50c nano tech Turnigy packs for a year now in mod and 13.5 boosted not a seconds trouble, no swelling no melting battery poles nothing, they have better discharge figures than my orion 90c packs !!!!!! best bang for your buck !!
can you post those discharge figures. Good for comparison information.
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can you post those discharge figures. Good for comparison information.
Discharge figures are good to compare but the internal resistance of the pack is everything!!!

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Thanks for the video. Facts more than opinions-for a change.
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