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Old 12-05-2005, 09:02 AM   #2026
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Eddie0, i notice on you site with your Ti Armuture you have Ti/Kr and Ti/Kr worlds, what is the difference.
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:20 AM   #2027
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Ramyuras,

I only see Ti/Pt and Kr/Ti worlds listed so it must've been fixed already. The Kr/Ti worlds are large comm (9mm).
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:31 AM   #2028
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For prolonged storage of more than a week or so.....I would put around 1000mah into the pack and store it like that.....when ready to run....discharge to .9, then tray it....then charge it....

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I only see Ti/Pt and Kr/Ti worlds listed so it must've been fixed already. The Kr/Ti worlds are large comm (9mm).
Thanks Cristo, now which one would you use for 1/12 scale.
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Old 12-05-2005, 09:43 AM   #2030
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Ti/Pt......never use the big comm Kr stuff for 1/12th scale....unless you have a death wish for dumping....

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Ti/Pt......never use the big comm Kr stuff for 1/12th scale....unless you have a death wish for dumping....

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Old 12-05-2005, 11:33 AM   #2032
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I use my LRP Pulsar 2's to discharge my IB's at 10amp until 5.4v for the pack. What tray do you recommend before charging for your IB's? I've heard it's not recommend to take the cells below .9 per cell like most do with the GP cells.
i would highly recommend that you discharge your packs at a higher rate than 10 amps... you need the high discharge to keep the voltage of the packs up.

the reactor 30 is realativly inexpensive...
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Old 12-05-2005, 11:07 PM   #2033
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i would highly recommend that you discharge your packs at a higher rate than 10 amps... you need the high discharge to keep the voltage of the packs up.

the reactor 30 is realativly inexpensive...
Thanks for the tip Peter. Doug at SIR actually had a 30amp reactor in stock so I picked that up today and will use it.
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Mr.Robinson- Follow me through the sweeper Peter...I know a short. Wait till you see my..oh....wait till you see my line...I'm goin peel em of the track, like dis dis dis dis dis dis....
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EddieO how long till you have the blueprinted monsters in stock?
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Old 12-06-2005, 10:15 AM   #2036
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Trinity just called....told me they just came in, so they are sending them out....we will remove the out of stock tag here in an day or two....you can still order one right now, just will not ship for about a week....

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Eddie0, i want to know what to order, i am racing 1/12 but now i want to try the mod seen, i would like to get a motor with 16/d turns, should i get the center cut or the reg arm with the motor.
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Trust me, the #'s are good I've got two from him and they are out of this world, I have a couple from another reputable matcher that have very close to the same #'s on the label's but, they do not even come close on the track to the Brood/SMC batts
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