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Old 09-25-2017, 01:47 PM
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I've been a poking around on the interwebs and stumbled upon Hyperion G7 batteries with a new Si-Graphene formula, in High-Voltage and Standard-Voltage. I used some HK Bolt HV batteries batteries before and they all puffed after a few cycles, but Hyperions saying the Silicon-Grpahene preserves the anode, so their HV packs won't puff...

Anyone else use these packs yet? I've had great experience with Hyperion packs in the past and was trying to get some details before I buy some.

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https://hyperion-world.com/hyperion-g7-hvli-article
https://hyperion-world.com/hyperion-g7-sv-article
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So I've been following these batteries on rcgroups and everyone I saw had great feedback, so I bought a G7 3s 3300 for my EDf, and wow wow, the HV is a big difference, I have about 50+ cycles and still going strong. I think these silicon-graphene batteries are the special ingredient
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