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    11.1 v li-po 20c safe to use with a 25 amp ESC?

    I bought a 20c battery but airplane came with a 12c. I'm worried about burning something up !!!!

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    RE: 11.1 v li-po 20c safe to use with a 25 amp ESC?

    i bought a 20c battery and the plane came with a 12c. will i burn up anything?

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    RE: 11.1 v li-po 20c safe to use with a 25 amp ESC?

    The C rating of the battery has nothing to do with the esc's ratings. If you plane came with a 12C pack you'll be better off with the 20C pack . The motor will not strain the pack. I'm guessing if the plane came with a 12C pack that it's not a high drain system anyways. As long as your motor and esc can handle 11.1 volts your fine.

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