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Old 10-25-2012, 01:13 PM   #16
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Just to add fuel to the fire. I have had absolutely zero issues with the Orion 90c 2s pack I own. I've used it in offroad and on road. I just prefer my tp batteries.
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No experience with thunderpower, but i did own the orion 90c pack. i really saw zero difference between the orion 90c and other cheap packs that were rated at 45 and 50c. however when i went to the 65x65 from trinity i saw a huge difference in punch, went to a reedy 65x65 and it was equal to the trinity pack still much better that the orion.
best pack i have owned yet is hands down the speed zone 7200 80c . check out their warranty, 100 times better than dealing with trinity,and Gavins customer service has been spectacular !
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