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Old Oct 22, 2012, 01:53 PM
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Originally Posted by feefo View Post
It's always worth putting bigger batteries in, better voltage under load = more power and longer flight times. I'm sure I'm not the only 1 thinking of removing the tray to give more options on the motor/esc/lipo choice.

How wide is the fuse inside (how wide can the battery be)?

I'm guessing the stock setup must be around the 30a mark, prob a bit less in flight, 5 mins from a 1600mah battery means it can't be asking much, and the supplied lipo is only good for 32a anyway, unlikely that retailers will supply a battery which needs to go into it's burst rate to maintain full power. I'm surprised no-one has put a watt meter on it yet.
True i did mod my tray a little. Max u can fit is a 2200mah 5s skylipo that I checked. there is plenty of room for the length. And I did do an amp test w stock setup 450watts 32 amp
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