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Old 06-16-2005, 01:59 PM   #331
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Hi Sir May i know did you still doing Ultra light replacement amature for V2 motor? because from you e-shop it show out of stock.
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Old 06-16-2005, 04:38 PM   #332
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Hello Guo, yes we are still doing UL replacement armatures. The UL armatures will be back in-stock on our e-shop on the 23rd....Sorry if you’ve been in convinced.
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Old 06-16-2005, 07:55 PM   #333
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Just wanted to drop a line and Thank Curtis for the sick HP this last weekend
at the eXpress race in New Jersey. The UL arm is the real deal!!
I Q-9th and finished 7th in the A

Thanks again,
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Old 06-16-2005, 10:04 PM   #334
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Just wanted to drop a line and Thank Curtis for the sick HP this last weekend
at the eXpress race in New Jersey. The UL arm is the real deal!!
I Q-9th and finished 7th in the A

Thanks again,
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Hey James......

Glad the motors are working out for ya. Hope to see you at a race soon. You heading to Vegas? To think I gave you an arm the Snowbirds to test........ hehe.

Take it easy.

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Old 06-18-2005, 09:32 AM   #335
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Wanted to see if there is more info on the Ti3?

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Old 06-18-2005, 11:34 AM   #336
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Wanted to see if there is more info on the Ti3?

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Hey Jeff,

I'll be posting info on the Ti3 later this week.... BTW you got mail....Thanks

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Old 06-18-2005, 06:52 PM   #337
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IB 3800 Cells:




Were putting the final match on these cells as we speak and I must say these new IB 3800 cells are AWSOME!!!!! Were seeing a good amount of 1.19s and even a couple 1.20s, average IR #s are around 1.9-2.1, and runtime from 460-490 seconds @ 30 amps

We will be selling 2 different grades of IB 3800 batteries:

Gold: 1.180-1.189v for $64.95

Platinum: 1.190+ for $74.95

Check out our e-shop for more details.....

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Old 06-18-2005, 07:54 PM   #338
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Those are some GREAT #s


im in dieing need of new batts!
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Old 06-18-2005, 08:12 PM   #339
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Yeah those are some awesome numbers on those cells.

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Yeah those are some awesome numbers on those cells.

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Old 06-18-2005, 10:43 PM   #341
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Have IB solved the problem of cell failure at low voltage?
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Old 06-19-2005, 12:04 AM   #342
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Have IB solved the problem of cell failure at low voltage?
Since their introduction to the RC market Intellect has been continuously updating their cells. As IB is a smaller battery company there primary focus is supplying the RC industry with the best batteries….

As for the problem you’re speaking of Intellect has updated the latest generation of cells so this problem will no longer happen…. For the most part this failure was caused mostly from a lack of feedback and R&D before the original IB cells were introduced to the market over a year ago… As for their current product I will vouch for it by saying, there is no better battery available on the market. And if this wasn’t true there would be not Epic 3800 or VTEC Fat Boy 3800 cells (both IB 3800’s).

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Old 06-19-2005, 12:26 AM   #343
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Also the new IB3800's do like dead-shorting as well. We've been seeing good results with dead shorting... Basically the same attributes as deadshorting 3300 GP's... more voltage less resistance... Slight loss in run time, but we are seeing 200+ seconds even with deadshorting on the 3800's in offroad and 150-200 seconds left over in 19 touring car.

So yes the IB3800's cells are great racing batteries....

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Also the new IB3800's do like dead-shorting as well. We've been seeing good results with dead shorting... Basically the same attributes as deadshorting 3300 GP's... more voltage less resistance... Slight loss in run time, but we are seeing 200+ seconds even with deadshorting on the 3800's in offroad and 150-200 seconds left over in 19 touring car.

So yes the IB3800's cells are great racing batteries....

Michael...
So, can the same be said for the ib3600 cells? Cause I just bought some and wanted to know how to look after them. (after a race and in between as well). There is so much varying and conflicting information out there. At the moment, all I do is charge them at 6amps linear and after a race discharge them on my charger/discharger at 10 amps and then let them sit till the next time I need to use them (usually 1 week).

Should I be doing anything different? Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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here is my experience with the IB3600: They pack very good punch but fall a little short on runtime for me. They re not as good as GP3700 by a mile, but maybe the IB3800 are better.

With the IB3600 i would

Charge at 5amps with a rather low cutoff to keep good runtime.

My discharging technique:

Discharge with spintec battery manager down to 0.9 per cell
If i don t race for a while, i let them sit at that level.

Right Before i charge, i put them on a high amp zero tray to bring them down.

Your mileage may vary but it s just my 2c
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