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Old 09-19-2005, 07:21 PM   #1381
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How could installing the battery correctly fry a pack?
Perhaps if you are going to represent the company you should learn more about the products before you start talking about them. First, to be clear I said lining up the pos & neg correctly. Second, there are two ways to install a battery pack so the pos & neg line up correctly, give me a moment and I will post photos in the Novak Smart Tray thread for those who are having a little bit of difficulty with comprehension. Once posted I will add the link here so we can stop littering this thread.
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:24 PM   #1382
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You have no idea what you are talking about! Even when you put a battery pack in so the neg & pos line up correctly and read and follow the directions on the outside of the box you have a 50% chance of frying your pack! Please learn reading comprehension before jumping feet first into an argument!

If you feel obligated to continue spewing the ignorance let's at least move it over to the Novak Smart Tray thread.
First off why would you use the Smart tray to discharge a full pack? It only discharges at a 2.7 amp rate???? The novak smart try is designed to EQUALIZE (key word there)

if you need to discharge a full pack or a half of pack use a 30amp discharger or even a 10amp one.

2nd I do know what your talking about and the ignorance falls on your lap buddy
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:37 PM   #1383
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First off why would you use the Smart tray to discharge a full pack? It only discharges at a 2.7 amp rate???? The novak smart try is designed to EQUALIZE (key word there)

if you need to discharge a full pack or a half of pack use a 30amp discharger or even a 10amp one.

2nd I do know what your talking about and the ignorance falls on your lap buddy
Howard, I am afraid this is going to hurt you worse than it will me...

Show me where I said I was using it to discharge a full pack? As a matter of fact on post 1368 of this thread I said I use the Trinity Dyna Pulse to discharge my packs and I use the Novak Smart Tray to equalize my packs.

Tell me again who the ignorant one is?
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:45 PM   #1384
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Howard, I am afraid this is going to hurt you worse than it will me...

Show me where I said I was using it to discharge a full pack? As a matter of fact on post 1368 of this thread I said I use the Trinity Dyna Pulse to discharge my packs and I use the Novak Smart Tray to equalize my packs.

Tell me again who the ignorant one is?
well aaa err ok so Iam igorant so what.. Iam not the one smoking packs ! and wanting a company to reimburse me for them due to ignorance

we should take this to PM If you want to continue
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well aaa err ok so Iam igorant so what.. Iam not the one smoking packs ! and wanting a company to reimburse me for them due to ignorance

we should take this to PM If you want to continue
Howard, try to pull up you are spirling out of control in a tail spin of ignorance...

It was Bob who wanted Novak to reimburse him for his packs, I never said anything about wanting anyone to reimburse me for my packs.

Interesting how you prefer PM after you are proved so blatantly wrong time and time again. Perhaps you should have send a PM before posting your first message? Lesson learned I suppose
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Old 09-19-2005, 07:58 PM   #1386
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Howard, try to pull up you are spirling out of control in a tail spin of ignorance...

It was Bob who wanted Novak to reimburse him for his packs, I never said anything about wanting anyone to reimburse me for my packs.

Interesting how you prefer PM after you are proved so blatantly wrong time and time again. Perhaps you should have send a PM before posting your first message? Lesson learned I suppose
damn that BOB !!!! (waves fist) IT was more like a case of quoting the wrong post . Life goes on
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:02 PM   #1387
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Here is a link to the pics I posted in the Novak Smart Tray thread, no more littering this thread i promise

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...=1#post1824436
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:11 PM   #1388
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Good now go practice driving so we can win some more big races.

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Old 09-19-2005, 08:26 PM   #1389
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Hey MB racer, Charlie O here, we just bought some fusion 180+'s man what a great deal! now maybe i could hang on for a few laps wit ya? well maybe not me but Charlie Jr anyways.
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Old 09-19-2005, 08:30 PM   #1390
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Getting back to my initial question is there anything I can do to improve my batteries voltage? Also any feedback on my charger settings, here they are again:

- Peak Chrg 6.0
- Trickle: N
- Long Lockout: N
- PK1 DETCT V .03
- TFLEX 1 N Level 3
- Delay Time1 60
- Charge2 Amp 1.5
- PK2 DETCT V .03
- TFLEX 2 Y Level 2
- Delay Time2 60
- Charge3 AMP 6.0
- PK3 DETCT V .03
- TFLEX 3 Y Level 9
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You could try step charging.
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NICE !!! . Now Back to racing ... Ill be in Vegas !!!!! Hey john Bring me a shirt ...!!!
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James,
Are you peaking 3 times?
Don't use the tflex on 3300's, it is meant for NiCads.

The best route to go for the most power,

Discharge to .9 per cell after use, if storing longer than a week put at least 500 sec of charge in them.
Tray/ equalize before charging
Depending on what you are running, stock or mod.
.05mv stock as long as ambient temps are not to high.
.03mv for mod
Try to time your charge to finish right before your race.
From my experience the cells will perform best if used RIGHT after the inital charge, the cells also perform best when warm.(110f-115f)

Hope this helps.
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Lets lighten this up a bit....

An oldie but a goodie:

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James,
Are you peaking 3 times?
Don't use the tflex on 3300's, it is meant for NiCads.

The best route to go for the most power,

Discharge to .9 per cell after use, if storing longer than a week put at least 500 sec of charge in them.
Tray/ equalize before charging
Depending on what you are running, stock or mod.
.05mv stock as long as ambient temps are not to high.
.03mv for mod
Try to time your charge to finish right before your race.
From my experience the cells will perform best if used RIGHT after the inital charge, the cells also perform best when warm.(110f-115f)

Hope this helps.
Dayton
I dont even know if I am peaking them 3 times, all I know is the set up config I listed from my Turbo 35, I connect my battery and hit start Someone please help this n00b
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