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Old 07-03-2013, 04:18 PM   #31
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Unless, during those 'few', something goes wrong with one of the cells.

With the blinky drivers starting to up the charge rates to wring a bit more out of their cells, it won't be long before we start seeing who's cells really can take the heat
You don't really want your outside temperature on a hard case lipo to get HOT!
(above 90 degrees and the IR will start to go up!)

There are ways to lower IR and keep the pack cooler.
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There are ways to lower IR and keep the pack cooler.
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so back to which battery to purchase, who makes the best 2s lipo if money was not a concern, orion, reedy, smc, push power, crc, lrp, fantom, etc, etc thanks
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Orca Infinite! 7200 80c or if weight is an issue, 6000 80c. Only thing is it has 5mm bullets which are included.
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Old 07-04-2013, 12:55 AM   #35
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Zaraz, I feel like that question invites people to come in and make a plug for their sponsor. Not saying we won't get some honest opinions, but opinions are just that.

I like the Thunder Power batteries myself
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I'm not sponsored. Well, maybe by Visa.
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Orca or reedy.
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orca or sting (trinity) are the top contenders, for best lipos, they are priced some what the same, I,ll order one of each and see what happens.
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so back to which battery to purchase, who makes the best 2s lipo if money was not a concern, orion, reedy, smc, push power, crc, lrp, fantom, etc, etc thanks
STING PACKS ARE BEST Why? YOU CAN CHARGE OVER 1C

SMC , TRINITY

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