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Old Jan 22, 2013, 08:09 PM
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5000mAH 25C = 125A "capable"
5000mAH 65C = 325A "Capable"
They never truly do what they claim AND maintain rated volts.
You need at least 1.5x the "Capabiltiy" typically, to have a battery that can maintain decent volts.And really more towards 2x.

So the Su can use 110A off a good battery... so it needs to really be 170A capable at least. Preferably 200A+

Those 25C Nano's would be lucky to maintain 22.2V even within seconds of running. (not truly sure of that battery and how long - but it wont be long).
Even 65C won't for overly long, but still much longer than 25C ever could.
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