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    Default LIHV and Graphene Batteries

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07dK5gm6QOo
    it's a lil' long but answered my question. he did a previous review on this and came back with an update. (even though it was focused about FPV drone racing). LIHV is not as great as it seems.
    i just got back into the market for new batteries.
    Graphene seems to be the new ticket.
    i had read about and seen a vid some time ago on Graphene. now i see it has arrived. https://www.cheaptubes.com/resources...y-users-guide/ seems to be well endless info.
    any experience to share of anyone that has these particulars?
    Please share your knowledge, i know just about everything to be dangerous

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    https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/show...aphene-battery
    this was back in 2016, i'am still researching. yes i have found more current up to date findings. wow "No Graphene" in graphene batteries if so very little. Graphite mostly.
    well back to searchn' & readn'.
    Hyperion's silicone G7's Si/Se SV graphene prices on their site dropped considerably.

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    Well my Revo 427’s have been fantastic and I was always charging them to 4.27 v . They are still solid. Too damn bad they stopped that line in favour of graphene. I have those too(same Revo 4400mah) in the 4.35 offering. Charged to 4.27 a number of times but not all the time. They have been good but have puffed them ever so slightly although they have gone back to hard. Recently got the 420 version from Revolectrix but not enough runs for judgement yet.

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    i've been looking at Dinogy (i've purchased STD. lipos from them before) and Mojo Racing, i've been getting size and weight comparisons, pricing seems to be the same even the gray coat cover are the same color but sizing seems slightly different. as far as LiHV i'll wait, i'm looking into the appropriate chargers now, prices do not reflect too much different than without LiHV capability. so perhaps soon but i do not think it's too dang necessary as of now. still need more info and stat time.
    do you break in your batteries? charge-discharge several times?

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