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Old 02-23-2004, 11:19 AM   #1
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Default HELP:Kyosho v-one rr evo Rx battery recommendations

I need help in figuring out which receiver battery is best for the kyosho v-one rr evolution? Thanks in advance!
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hi i have a rd logic 1100 receiver pack, i used in my v one rr but sold the car. will sell for $10

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The 2/3 hhump pack configuaration will fit it.
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The sub C cell hump pack didn't fit for me with no mods. But anyway if u need a new Rx pack i would strongly recomend u get a AAA pack becuase of a couple of reasons. One being the Ease in which u can fit the AAA pack, u can mount the AAA pack lower to the ground lowering CG and it is also abouot half the weight of a sub C cell pack saving u about 40-50 grams. The only down sid is the capacity of a AAA pack is 700mah, this would give you about an hour straight of running but with digital servoes it would be less.
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i use the ofna 1000mah brick pack
forgot how much weight is lost
but it works great
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The sub C cell hump pack didn't fit for me with no mods. But anyway if u need a new Rx pack i would strongly recomend u get a AAA pack becuase of a couple of reasons. One being the Ease in which u can fit the AAA pack, u can mount the AAA pack lower to the ground lowering CG and it is also abouot half the weight of a sub C cell pack saving u about 40-50 grams. The only down sid is the capacity of a AAA pack is 700mah, this would give you about an hour straight of running but with digital servoes it would be less.
Couldn't you make a pack with 1600 or 1800 Mah Nimh AAAs?

Thanks for the tip. Why didn't I think of that earlier?

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Couldn't you make a pack with 1600 or 1800 Mah Nimh AAAs?

Thanks for the tip. Why didn't I think of that earlier?

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Those are more like AA figures......AAA only go up to 800mah for n.
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Those are more like AA figures......AAA only go up to 800mah for n.
Sorry, you are correct. Should have read AA.

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