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    Thumbs up Good Lipo Info - Manufacturer and Specs

    To add to my other thread, here is some good Lipo info. I'll start with 3s for reference. Please check back as there's more to come.

    3sLipo_Specs.zip
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    OK, I've put all of the info into one file. Hopefully it will upload without any issues.

    If it doesn't upload, I'll have Steven place here.

    Again, this is a zipped folder which contains one file in Excel format (spreadsheet). You will need Microsoft Excel or similar program to open and view.

    Lipo_Specs_and_related.zip

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    For those without Microsoft Office, you can download Open Office for free. I have both it and office and will tell you I think OO is even better, Go to http://www.download-new.com/openoffice/1/

    Quote Originally Posted by Meniscus View Post
    OK, I've put all of the info into one file. Hopefully it will upload without any issues.

    If it doesn't upload, I'll have Steven place here.

    Again, this is a zipped folder which contains one file in Excel format (spreadsheet). You will need Microsoft Excel or similar program to open and view.

    Lipo_Specs_and_related.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meniscus View Post
    OK, I've put all of the info into one file. Hopefully it will upload without any issues.

    If it doesn't upload, I'll have Steven place here.

    Again, this is a zipped folder which contains one file in Excel format (spreadsheet). You will need Microsoft Excel or similar program to open and view.

    Lipo_Specs_and_related.zip

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    If one of you fine folks could now compile a list of the timing and PWM info for each motor we would have it all. Good luck though, you probably won't find it on most websites and I have asked the question of some anufacturers and they don't even know what that is! Without the right settings you can cause bad performance or burn up the motor! Also, if an ESC says it is auto timing", pass it by!
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    I don't have Microsoft Office...but i do have iTunes... LOL!!!

    Thanks for the Link Ben! I will need to download OO...


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    Old but maybe helpful
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    Is there supposed to be an attachment?

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Vaccaro View Post
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    Jim, look at post 2. I've tried updating this, but it take a lot of time and it's very tough to track all the newer technology.
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    Thanks Ben. But when I clicked on the file in post 2, it says "Invalid Attachment specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator" Any ideas?
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    I had a problem with 1 lipo it's a 3s and when put it on my charger it shows low cell voltage on cell 1 with the other cells fine can I fix this....?

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    It seems Revolectrix LiPo Batteries have started to emerge. They can be charged to 4.27V per cell. Some of the folks who have been using them while only charging to 4.20V per cell have noticed an increase in speed. I love bringing up dinosaur threads! lol
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    reports from latest Legg Lake SAW event shows they're :poop: under hard work

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    Quote Originally Posted by drwayne View Post
    reports from latest Legg Lake SAW event shows they're :poop: under hard work

    German 'SLS' or Australian 'Entropy' the ones to go for.
    What is :poop: under hard work?

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    Can't supply the amps?

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    Thought the 4.27's weren't allowed, even when only charged to 4.2.

    5. No High Voltage cells will be allowed at any time
    Last edited by oscarel; 11-30-2014 at 10:05 AM.

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