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Old 04-10-2014, 11:03 AM   #1
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Hi guys,
I'm looking for a training battery to use, I see that now there are some zippy battery 5900 60C and 6000mah 50C on the market how do they performs in comparison with turnigy?
I already have some turnigy and I'm pretty satisfied with them but I want to know if there is something else to try.
Thanks for help.
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They should be about the same as the turnigys. I have some 4s Turnigy and Zippy packs that I use in my 1/8 scale cars and can't feel the difference between the 2 (both sets are 40c).
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They should be about the same as the turnigys. I have some 4s Turnigy and Zippy packs that I use in my 1/8 scale cars and can't feel the difference between the 2 (both sets are 40c).
Thank you very much
Anyone else had some experiences with these lipos?
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