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What is a good battery for a twin servo setup?

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Old 06-26-2017, 02:44 PM
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Default What is a good battery for a twin servo setup?

Hello, I wanted to know what is the batterry for a twin Hitec 1005sgt servo for a losi 5ive t?

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Old 06-26-2017, 03:34 PM
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Default What is a good battery for a twin servo setup?

There all the same just some last longer then others
If you're just playing anything will work big is always better
And if you're racing just enough to get the job done for weight saving
Lipo is better than nicad for run time
And size and weight
But they do catch fire if not handled right
So that about covers it
Now I know you wanted someone to say this one is best and they may
But not me
I will say this killer Rc sells very good ones
Hope that helps you make up your mind
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Old 06-27-2017, 08:16 PM
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There all the same just some last longer then others
If you're just playing anything will work big is always better
And if you're racing just enough to get the job done for weight saving
Lipo is better than nicad for run time
And size and weight
But they do catch fire if not handled right
So that about covers it
Now I know you wanted someone to say this one is best and they may
But not me
I will say this killer Rc sells very good ones
Hope that helps you make up your mind


Yup thank you very much


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