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Old 04-27-2003, 12:24 AM
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Was just wondering what the longest lasting hump for the T-Maxx is. Also, I would like it to fit in the battery box with no mods. Price isn't an issue. Is this a good long lasting hump pack? Thanks

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That one should work fine and they last a long time between charging I use one on my savage and it is smaller than a regular 4cell pack that comes with your radio gear.
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Thats a very good one but if you want the best dont settle for less!!


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I just ordered the ballistic set too.
Haven't gotten it yet to try tho.
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11-13 tanks is alot... sounds like im going to need more reciever packs cuz ill be doing alot mroe driving than that.
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stay away from that trinity one you linked from tower....its a 4.8v. you can get a 6v for the same price and it will make your steering and throttle a little quicker and possibly last longer
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Originally posted by Wild Gopher
stay away from that trinity one you linked from tower....its a 4.8v. you can get a 6v for the same price and it will make your steering and throttle a little quicker and possibly last longer
i know this is how it goes with electric racing not sure bout battery packs, but less cells = less voltage being pulled = longer run times...
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Originally posted by Wild Gopher
stay away from that trinity one you linked from tower....its a 4.8v. you can get a 6v for the same price and it will make your steering and throttle a little quicker and possibly last longer
Yeah sorry I guess I should have read a little better mine looks the same and is 6volts make sure witchever one you get is 6VOLTS otherwise it's a waste of $$$$$$$$
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