these packs fit perfectly in the battery trays of the e-revo.
the issue is the big wires on the packs. the battery door needs to be modded so the wires can exit.
you could mod the vents... i cut mine so i could run my EC5 connector and wires through the vent. works perfectly!!
yes they can my co worker uses these and also the 3s nanotechs, but yes there tight. im waiting for my erevo. i got a pair on order so they better. i already bought the wrong batteries once the short square hard case 3s 5000s oh well theyll fit it the rustlers i got.
3s1p stands for 3cells in series and they are in parallel. If there were more cells in parallel it would double the "mah" rating. So a 3s2p would be a 3cell in series in each series but 2 in parallel. So if you had a 3s2p 2000mah lipo it would actually be a 3s(11.1volt) battery with a 4000mah capacity.
"s" means series, and "p" means parallel. For example, the pack you are talking about has three cells in series (11.1v) and one in parallel. That means there are only three cells in the pack wired in series, and each with a capacity of 5000mah.
don't let modifications needed scare you. very easy.
i bought two of these packs, and LOVE them in my stampede.
the sides of the battery need to be dremeled a little wider. as for how much i am unsure but its just trial and error... take a little off and check for fitment.
also i did not want to cut out the back wall of the battery tray (too much weight in the rear as is) so i removed the front of the battery tray. up to the wall just before the rx.
it is VERY clear what needs to dremeled
This item is awesome with the traxxas Velineon 3S system. Traxxas Rustler hits 55plus mph...
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These lipos are top notch! I use them in my Kyosho MP9 TKI e converted buggy. I run the on the castle 2650kv motor and mamba monster esc. They have never failed me in the two years I have been using them. Thanks Hobbyking!
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Got one of these for my Traxxas Slash 4x4. Fits in after using a dremel to slightly notch the chassis on the left front where the wires on the battery come out. Super fast! So fast that I broke the front stock drive shaft after only a few minutes of run time! I upgraded to the MIP X-Duty drive shafts and have had no problem. You will want to make sure you have a motor and ESC fan when running this battery so you don't keep overheating. Impressively fast!!