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Old Jan 10, 2009, 05:09 AM
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Originally Posted by EricJ320
Glenn, I think you will be fine with the 1750's. I have some Fusion Pack 1800's that I am planning to put in mine, and maybe even some FP 2200's if all my 1800's are discharged. According to HC your Rhino's are about 15 grams heavier than my 1800's. But either way, several pages back in this thread a bunch of guys were using 2200's as their normal battery of choice and report no problem with it, only noting slightly higher speeds. Good luck, I will be very interested to hear how it goes. I hear nothing but good things about Rhino batts. BTW, what motor are you using?

Eric
Eric, OK on the weight, looks like it shoud be OK. I am using a HC motor A20-20L. It has a similar Kv to the one originally recommended for the Seawind, maybe a little higher.
http://www.hobbycity.com/hobbycity/s...trunner_20-20L
The Seawind scoots around on the grass OK with that combination. Should be able to try a maiden tomorrow.
The guys here are using a lot of Rhinos and all reports are good so far.
Glenn.
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