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Old 04-18-2005, 08:49 PM   #1
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Default Battery conditions for different classes.

So I race stock class and know that they don't eat up as much battery life as mod so... when discharging my 3300 packs should i leav them to 0.0v or dead short them? i hear that most people leave them to zero when racing stock.

Please tell me what you guys do, comments are appreciated.
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Discharge the pack to 0.9v/cell to store. If you want to equalize/condition your cells, then tray them for several hours before charging them. I tray my packs for 12 hours on the Trinity Absolute Zero before charging them.
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