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Old 10-24-2002, 01:00 PM   #46
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I was wondering about dead shorting the GP 3300's. Can we do it knowing the batteries have so much capacity and or run time. What have you guys been experimenting with.
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rangulo: So far have found no benefits to tryaing or deadshorting the GP's. It seems like it removed runtime without helping the average voltage or IR.
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How much are the 3300HV's?
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Also are they already readily available?
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DannySMC: finally i found this thread. i kept looking at the GP 3300 thread searching for your charging recommendations for the GP3300s! duh! this thread has disappeared down the list so i had to go thru the other pages of this thread. i got a pack of GPs the other day to try out this weekend. if things go well, i plan on running some hot winds (8Tx2) at an upcoming Futaba Cup Race at the end of this month. my first time to run this since they are now allowing other brands of TXs to be used (i use a KO Mars).
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robo-well,well, well so you have new stuff to tinker with huh?! good for you! as for me, i can wait to hit the track again this weekend... need to cycle them packs and get lots of practice for the futaba race!.
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