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Old 03-12-2005, 12:21 PM   #1
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Default IB3600 vs GP3300 Discharge Curves

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I really cant claim this is a fair comparison since the gp3300's are 8 months older than the ib3600's. Ib1 is the better of the two packs via the #'s on the labels but falls short in reality. The ib's have 15 runs on them each.

All three packs are smc 35 amp matched.

35gfx-- 7 amp charge, 30 amp discharge, .04 peak. Ib's where 140deg at the end of the peak and the gp's where 130deg.

I will post some more curves after some runs to see how they hold up.


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What IB packs you used? SCM?

i got unmatched packs, and i get 400 secs of runtime at 30 amps
and the voltage is a bit higher than yours ;/

i cycled with futaba cdr-5000
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Sorry, forgot to mention all three packs are smc 35 amp matched.

"i got unmatched packs, and i get 400 secs of runtime at 30 amps
and the voltage is a bit higher than yours ;/"

How many runs on your packs, mine are at 15.

Dont get me wrong in no way am I trying to imply the ib3600's are awesome cells. So far they seem about average with my crap old gp3300's which really is'nt a good feeling after shelling out $128 on them


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Really nice graph, thank you. It seems its still hard to beat the GP3300s.

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mine is only about 5 runs. maybe i just got lucky to get
some good cells, anyway, unmatched batteries suc... i have to get smc, but can't get danny to respond
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mine is only about 5 runs. maybe i just got lucky to get
some good cells, anyway, unmatched batteries suc... i have to get smc, but can't get danny to respond
I win expert stock with unmatched batteries against guys who have tuned motors and 1.175+ packs. If you take care of your unmatched packs, they'll perfom great.
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