|Apr 07, 2006, 08:09 AM|
(4) Falcon Predator 11.1v 2250's (rev.3)
I acquired these in an EDF purchase and have used the 2 w/ Deans for about 10 cycles total in my Trex which has a full collective, full throttle static load of about 20 amps. The other 2 have seen very little use in a Super Sniper in a 2p config. according to the previous owner and have not been used be me. These are very nice packs. Like my servos, I just have too much variety and would like to standardize my balancing connectors.
These will only be offered in a x2 lot to simplify shipping.
2 for $40
All 4 for $75
PayPal preferred but m/o is ok.
Last edited by mdlifcrisis; Apr 09, 2006 at 10:41 AM. Reason: priced to sell
|Apr 07, 2006, 02:24 PM|
from the link..
M.A.D 22.5 amps
4 3/8 x 1 3/8 x 3/4
From the M.A.D. looks like 10c. The two that Ive used on my Trex (ff, hovering, no 3D) held there voltage well for my type of flying but would probably be pushed flying hard 3D @ 20+ amps. These packs are perfect for Formosa or any other setup needing 20 or less amps. I would keep them but want to stay w/ one brand. They are only 10mm longer and 13g heavier than TP2100's (if I have my #'s correct).
Besides..ya cant beat the price!
|Apr 09, 2006, 03:32 PM|
Falcon claims M.A.D.
Im willing to bet they will handle a 22a constant discharge for many cycles and an honest 10c pack, besides, who wants to know a packs BURST rating?
I could never understand..
10c-15c burst. BURST?
What I would like to see more of is manufactures testing for number of cycles that their products can handle at their rated max c. That would be proof in the puddin to me..
LMK 'cause looks like 2 may be sold..payment pending.
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