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Help buying reciever pack

Old 12-30-2013, 06:39 PM
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trying to decide on a lipo reciever pack for a HB d812 and only one i have found that will fit is a 1500mah question is what kind of run times do you get out of a 1500mah? can i run 45min main on it
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my servos are pretty power hungry it seems, and for two hours of running I normally put about 1800mah back into the pack I use.

I cut up the side of the battery box on my D812 and put a protech 2600 hump pack in the box, with part of the battery sticking out of the side. I will see if I have any pictures I can post.
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o ok thanks
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