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Old 12-04-2005, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Best bang for the buck bashing batteries?

I have a ss5800 and i need some battery packs that have enough voltage for it (3300,3600,3700,3800) that won't cost me a bunch (Under $50?) I have heard of maxamps,cheapbatterypacks,the new radio shacks,fusion,promatch etc. I was just wondering which ones would be good for bashing and are pretty cheap. thanks ethan
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Old 12-04-2005, 02:03 PM   #2
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Check out RCProfessor 3600's. The low voltage packs will do fine, and you can have them built so they'll look very professional.
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Can't go wrong with Promatch. Other than that, almost every matching company is blowing out their 3300's since higher capacity batteries are "in" as of now.
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Old 12-04-2005, 02:17 PM   #4
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Try emailing AXXIS (www.axxis-racing.com). I bet Isaac would be able to hook you up with IB3800's that didn't make the cut for Axxis packs but would be awesome for bashing packs...cheap too!
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Old 12-04-2005, 02:21 PM   #5
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Well, you can try Hyperform-Racing, they have 3300's, 3700's, and 3800's in sport packs.here is the link to the sport pack page:

http://www.hyperform-racing.com/Sport_Packs.htm
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Definately gp for thwe maxamps you still want the performance of race pack even when your bashing!!! Dont you want to give your mates a good thrashing! Great price too
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try Axxis-racing, great packs,and he has just released a lower spec pack for bashers and club racing.

Ask for AXC packs, $43.95 i think for ib3800.
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Old 12-05-2005, 12:03 PM   #9
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RC Professor has 6 cell 3600's for $27.00 and 6 cell 3700's for $35.00
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I have 6 packs of top of the line pro-match 3300's that I'm looking to get rid of,$15 each.E-mail me at [email protected]
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RC Professor University recommend LiPo for top racer.
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You can get a un-matched 6 cell stick pack using Ener_G 4600 for $35 from ProMatch

Now thats a good price, I run them in my Slash and love them.
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If your local Radio Shack has the Gold Peak (GP) brand 3300mah stick packs, they are great and only cost $27. Plus you get them locally same day...

That's IF they have them...

BTW: They don't need all that same TLC that most current race cells need. Mine have been going great for years now...
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3200 Yeah Racing Lipos work great. Under 50 a pack. Ultraline Hobbies has them in stock.
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