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Old 06-11-2005, 10:32 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can buy this stuff in Canada or the U.S.?

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Old 06-11-2005, 10:37 PM   #2
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http://www.hobbymania.com.hk/eng/sho...cts.asp?page=2

MUCH cheaper or the power supplies at least
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MUCH cheaper or the power supplies at least
Yes but when you buy them from over seas there is NO warranty in the USA for them. They must go back over seas while they repair it.

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Old 06-12-2005, 05:06 PM   #5
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Just a few questions about the much more tray discharger:
1) How many amps does it discharge?
2) Is there an automatic cut off (0.9 volts)?

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6 amps.....

0v cutoff.......

Integy sells the same tray, but much cheaper.....check it out......
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thanks, would they be ok to use on IB3600 cell?
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I'm not experienced with IB cells.....but I've heard that these cell don't like deep discharging, you should tray them right before charging and not for storage.....
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What does eveyone think about the MM Battery heat sinks?http://nexusracing.net/product_info....9f04f9f72bdd5d

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The battery heatsink works really well in hot conditions. I just used it at the Reedy race around mid day when it was the hottest. The battery never reach over 40 Deg celcius
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The battery heatsink works really well in hot conditions. I just used it at the Reedy race around mid day when it was the hottest. The battery never reach over 40 Deg celcius
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What batteries did you use the heatsink with? Can they fit both GP3700s and GP3300s?
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I used 3300's but I believe 3700's would fit aswell. The 3700's should be only longer so it would work. I have tried it with the IB 3600's aswell and it worked too.
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Is there an easy way converting the much more discharger to cutoff to 0.9 volts.
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The tray was designed for the GP 3300 and they react very well when using those trays.
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