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Best Batteries for BVM 12s EDF

Old 08-13-2018, 10:25 AM
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Hey BVM edf users. I need to order some 6s pacts that will fit in my BVM T-33 with BVM 12s fan unit. I cannot use 3 4cell packs due to my scale cockpit. I must stick with two 6s packs one on either side of the fan where the old glow saddle fuel tanks went. I want the best batteries with the most capacity and c rating and largest amp rating that will fit in the space next to the fan. Which batteries are considered to be the best performing ? I can build my own packs if need be but I don't know who to buy the best cells from. Thanks
Old 08-13-2018, 12:26 PM
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My 12S jet uses OptiPower but their distributor here just went belly up, I'm running 2 sets of 6S 5000 50c in a Roban A10
Old 09-29-2018, 05:44 PM
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Anything around 60C or better and you want at least 6600 to the 7700 packs if you want to go longer then 3 to 4 mins. Dinogy or TP Rampage, Jetwerx, etc..
I have that system in my BVM T33
Old 10-09-2018, 08:27 PM
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First off, how many amps does it pull? 60c is a waste of dead weight if your not pulling the kind of amps that C rating requires. I just bought 4) 6s 6250s from Roaring top RC. So far they seem to work well and at a good price... check out Mcguyss battery test thread and see what he is finding.

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