You're right, that is easy! Thanks.
So how do you know if the battery's c-rating is inflated? Just by the battery getting hot during what should be a normal load?
Originally Posted by Ben D Wing
Easy; A standard configuration 10c rated LiPo will theoreticaly give 10 times it's mAh rating irrespective of how many cells there are, ie. a 750 mAh 1s,2s,3s or 4s etc. will deliver 7.5 Amps. Therefore your 4s 25c 4000mAh pack will give about 100 Amps. Hope that clears things up for you.
Just to add a bit of confusion, things change somewhat when LiPos are connected in series or parallel, check out this posting... http://www.wattflyer.com/forums/show...6&postcount=10