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Old 05-08-2021, 06:01 PM
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I have two Revolectrix CellPro PL8. Is there any difference charging LiPo Graphene batteries than regular LiPo?
Will use 12s per JetFan 110.


Thanks in advance... :^)
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I have two Revolectrix CellPro PL8. Is there any difference charging LiPo Graphene batteries than regular LiPo?
No.
Will use 12s per JetFan 110.
Still, No.
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Thanks! It wasn't the number of that was important
Old 05-10-2021, 03:38 AM
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Graphene is just a marketing term, it's just a LiPo, like the stuff at the auto parts store that says "high performance"
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Thanks! It wasn't the number of that was important
Why would one ask about the compatibility of electric/electronics on a forum where you will get answers and suggestions from laymen and so called self appointed experts (they will tell you they are experts with examples by the way) when all one has to do is contact the manufacturer directly. LOL
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Originally Posted by Propworn View Post
Why would one ask about the compatibility of electric/electronics on a forum where you will get answers and suggestions from laymen and so called self appointed experts (they will tell you they are experts with examples by the way) when all one has to do is contact the manufacturer directly. LOL
Or maybe they will get answers from some 40 year modelers with a military electronics background.

Maybe...I mean, I guess it depends on who answers
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Originally Posted by Propworn View Post
Why would one ask about the compatibility of electric/electronics on a forum where you will get answers and suggestions from laymen and so called self appointed experts (they will tell you they are experts with examples by the way) when all one has to do is contact the manufacturer directly. LOL
It has been my observation/experience in this hobby to include customer/user feedback when products claim to be the best thing since Orville and Wilbur sustained what we all enjoy.
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Consulting those who currently utilize any hobby, aka "TOY" item, will tend to prepare one with a proper level of expectation, after meaning out feedback. If one does not do so they either smile or frown...deserving everything they experience and watch their bank account grow or shrink. In this "challenged" manufacturer/marketer Covid period the normal claims to fame are worse as inventories fail to shrink at an anticipated or historical pace.

I appreciate all the unbiased feedback and accompanying analysis reporting from this and the three primary web sites I rely on... This has been most helpful since the second week of this web site's birth...many years ago.

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If i have a question re any thing I own I contact the manufacturer direct if possible much more reliable in respect to a specific piece of equipment than you will get from this forum. I have read so much misinformation here and on other forum I take the advice given here with a grain of salt. Anyone can claim to be an expert or some military expert or better yet a self made electronics expert. LOL All one has to do is review any best oil topic to see all the expert and their claimed expertise on the subject.
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Was there something difficult to translate about my last post...with resulting data?
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Originally Posted by Flite-Metal View Post
Was there something difficult to translate about my last post...with resulting data?
No difference than any other self proclaimed expert and anyone can post charts or other cut and paste info.
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May I ask what is your preferred type of model? Sport or scale? Prop or EDF?

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Originally Posted by Flite-Metal View Post
May I ask what is your preferred type of model? Sport or scale? Prop or EDF?
And the reason for asking? Like everyone here I have no credentials or degrees that would set me apart from you or anyone else. That being said I have been flying since I was 11 and living in a northern Canadian town of 2000 at the time I am self taught and became a much better builder/repairer before I became a competent pilot. Absolutely not one person or nearby hobby shop. I mail ordered stuff once I made contact with a few hobby shops in the province where postal money order was the payment of the time then wait 3-4 weeks for stuff to come in. When I started white glue or Ambroid when I could get it. No such thing as CA. By the way I will be 70 this July so does that qualify me as an old fart in the hobby?

I like to fly everything from micro indoor to giant scale, gas, nitro and electric as well as some of my own creations. This is a picture of my truck/camper and trailer full of toys. My youtube channel is simply Propworn if you care to look your welcome to enjoy the videos.

Now if you wish my youtube channel has some videos of the inside of the trailer with airplanes inside and other rc videos as well as my home machine shop with CNC mill and nice lathe.
A friend has a bad reaction to Gas fumes so I tuned his G26 to run on Colman camp fuel (white gas) no smell.
For 9 years I was the pilot/advisor for the University of Windsor SAE aero design team.

I have as many electrics as IC powered models and they come in all different sizes as well. I hope this answers most of your questions about my interests.

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Wow,

Didn't intend to have you feel threatened... Was just curious what your preference was.

Tenure...I suppose Bill Effinger's '55 J-3 qualifies when I was 8 years old. I flew it free flight
until it caught a thermal and disappeared over an East Tennessee ridge.

........................................*Before someone asks... I do have right to post this planset.

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I didn't feel threatened I thought you might have been interested in my involvement in rc modeling as its one of my many interests. One I might add I get great enjoyment when I have the opportunity to visit and meet other modelers while traveling/camping. The trailer always goes with me (I call it my toybox LOL) it carries some of my other interests along with the models that way I can never claim there is nothing to do. This covid and the restrictions need to be gone so I can get going again.
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Is that a freaking bobcat on the leash?

Is that a bobcat on a leash?
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Tail looks too long for a bobcat.
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Just a spoiled cat LOL

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