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Old 05-24-2004, 05:43 AM
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Originally posted by migoreng
run your car till its slow...then sit the car on a brick or something and let the wheel spins in the air...get something to hold the thottle and let the car wheel spin all the power out...
This is way too deep discharging. There's a risk of cell reversal (=damaging cells). Besides, almost every matcher recommend NOT to discharge the cells below 0,9 volt pr. cell.

You dont need a discharger, just drive the car till it slows down. But dont drive it untill the car crawls/stop.

A discharger have a cut off, so it's easier to control and it's more safe, meaning better performance and longer battery life.
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Old 05-24-2004, 05:49 AM
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my friend told me to do it 2 days ago...first time i've done it...so yeah...hmm
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