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if you are planing to use it for RC Cars i think it is better if you get a higher C battery. this one is 20C for cars it is wiser to get 50C or even higher. cars perform mucher better with batteries that have high C. although you should keep in mind the maximum Voltage rating of your ESC and Motor.
OMFG sampc69 thats rubish! 5000mah x 20C is 100A constant and 150A burst. so 20C is plenty for many cars, show me a brushless setup for a car that needs 5000mah x 50C thats 250Amp. Temudshin It will be good for a brushless savage, you might wanna go for a 30C to be on the safe side. But 20C wiull be fine for a Mamba monster or something like that
That really depends on application. If you take into consideration the voltage sag. It's really better to have 30C.
Especially that after a race my 4S 4500 30C pack is warm. And 4S 4000mAh 25C just shuts down (LVC) in the middle of it's usable capacity.
moller123456 i totally disagree with your non pro way of handling the issue..... take a look at this link from HK and see the burst rate for it... Hobby King 150A High performance Brushless Car ESC
Specification: Cont./Burst Current: 150A/1080A
so if your motor/ESC setup is demanding then you should go for the higher C ... but if your setup is of low demand then 20C or 30C will do. in my electric 1/8th buggy when i run it in the track with its 40C Lipo i get it very worm and swollen after few minutes only... and i am using Turnigy 5000mAh and even other brands too.
30c for a HPI savage flux ? it won't work. I have a MegaE with a 2200kV Brushless -System by Himoto. It's not the power of a HPI Flux-Car, but the 30C are definitly to low for it. It has inflated. the discharge rates are very optimistic values from every manufacturer. The correct calculation is: 50c x5Ah = 250A BURST. 250A/2= 125A constant. I calculated all my cars on this way (to meassure the intensive current I used a very simple "Shunt" circuit diagram). And I had never a problem again with o
I had two of them. After winter one of them had a bad cell. Voltage was below 1 Volt. I tried to charge but after a long time voltige ist still not ok gets low again after a while. Because of this i use A123 cells in future for my 1:8 brushless car.
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excellent batteries easily as good as there 2 cell counterparts seem to hold the charge well and give a massive burst of power ...recommended batts ...look at the price!!!
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I have 4 of them. I use them in my hotboddies Ve8. I use it for competition and thoose batteries have great power and great autonomie ( about 16~18 minutes on a competitive racing buggy), and the price is really affordable.