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    20c 30c 40c 50c?????

    just got a caldera 10e and was wondering what it could hadle without being to much of a strain on it? Is ther a big diff between say 30c and 40c?

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    RE: 20c 30c 40c 50c?????

    ORIGINAL: jaquo2

    just got a caldera 10e and was wondering what it could hadle without being to much of a strain on it? *Is ther a big diff between say 30c and 40c?
    If I were you I would try and run a 5000mAh 30C or 40C. Something to note is that running to much of a C or amps rating will not hurt your electronics. That's like me saying my muscles are huge, so I don't want to hurt anything by picking up a toothpick.

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    RE: 20c 30c 40c 50c?????

    I run 5000 40c sky with no problems genes ace 5300 30c no problems on the stock truck. 2s

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    RE: 20c 30c 40c 50c?????

    but is there any noticable difference between them?


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