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Old 01-12-2005, 08:15 PM
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Default Batterys ?'s

Witch batteries are better lithium ion of lithium poly packs?
Old 01-13-2005, 01:03 PM
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li-pol
li-ion gets unstable with excessive shock and looses charge quickly.
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li-pol batteries better than my 1200 mah NiMh flat pack? Is there a li-pol battery that will work on my Team Losi LST? Maybe try a 7.2v li-pol pack but not sue if it will burn up my servos?
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Yes you can. But you need something like this
http://www.teamnovak.com/products/20....htm#nitro_reg

the reason is that li-pol packs get damaged if they are discharged below a certain level, so you'll need something to regulate the power like the novak product there.
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need sugestions on these batteries.

http://www.robotcombat.com/marketplace_lipoly-pq.html
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I don't see anything there that I would use as a receiver pack.
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Default RE: Batterys ?'s

Any links or other sugestions on li-poly for my reciver?
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Not really, maybe somebody else does.
I've heard of people doing it, and I've heard of people using that novak product or others like it. But I don't run Nitro anymore and never got into using li-pol for a receiver pack.

Maybe email novak to see if they have any recomendations?
It also depends on the location you want to strap the battery too?
Most li-pol will not fit into the space that is normally reserved for receiver packs, so it's really car dependant question.
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Need some information on these batteries please. I'm planning on running two of these in my Monster truck.

http://www.g-maxx.com/product_info.p...roducts_id=211
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Those batteries are not rechargable.
Not all Li-Ion Battereies are.
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I really appreciate all the info Tracer.


Just curious, what would happen if you charged a non-chargabe battery?


How about these batteries?

http://sabahoceanic.com/detail.aspx?ID=365
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Dunno,
but it probably isn't rechargable.
Most Li-Ion batteries are not rechargable. But who knows, maybe they are and just arn't rated to be.
I don't really know what makes a li-ion rechargable or not

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