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why the rule of Hydro1 is 5 minutes,Mono1 is 6 Minutes?

Old 10-17-2012, 05:39 AM
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Default why the rule of Hydro1 is 5 minutes,Mono1 is 6 Minutes?

Today ,A Boater asked me why the rule of Hydro1 is 5 minutes,Mono1 is 6 Minutes?It suprised me ,Because I never think of it ,Just I know NAVIGA rules say like that.Do you know WHY? Can you share with me?
Old 10-20-2012, 12:08 PM
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Default RE: why the rule of Hydro1 is 5 minutes,Mono1 is 6 Minutes?

Just a guess, hydros are significantly faster tha monos

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And hydros carry a little less battery capacity and sometimes draw more power= less run times
Old 10-24-2012, 06:03 AM
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Default RE: why the rule of Hydro1 is 5 minutes,Mono1 is 6 Minutes?

There is no such rule.
runtimes come from setup. Monos can suck up more amps than hydros

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