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Posted by Fishin' Karts | May 13, 2020 @ 03:00 PM | 6,140 Views
Here is a video on the run times of two different drill battery sizes.

Brushless Rc With a 18v Drill Battery? (Part 3) (3 min 30 sec)

Honestly, I think I was hoping for a little bit better run times than that, but it's still not bad considering that I could probably run non stop with my four total batteries and two chargers. As stated in the video, the bigger battery seemed to do a little bit better on the take off (can put out more peak amps), but I had expected that. Again, overall the batteries did a fantastic job. Way better than I ever thought they would. I also think that I chose the absolute perfect motor for this application. Anyways, have a great day everyone!

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Posted by Fishin' Karts | May 12, 2020 @ 08:49 AM | 6,348 Views
I had started a new thread on this, but I wasn't getting any replies, so I guess I'll post this here once and try it.

Brushless Rc With a 18v Drill Battery? (Part 1) (7 min 13 sec)

Running video:

Brushless Rc With a 18v Drill Battery? (Part 2) (7 min 7 sec)
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Posted by Fishin' Karts | May 11, 2020 @ 02:02 PM | 6,832 Views
I got seriously bored during this whole coronavirus thing, so I decided to start making and posting youtube videos more frequently. So far my experience has been great, although I'm slightly disappointed with how many subs I've gained over the past six months of video making (I gained 5, but I had 8 before I even posted a video). I have, however, learned a ton about how to make decent videos. The first couple of videos that I made, I edited on my phone, and I thought that I did a pretty darn good job. When I go back and watch those older videos, however, they are so long and boring that now I'm trying to figure out how I ever thought they were good videos.
Then I started looking into and trying video editing programs on my laptop. I had no idea how much you could actually do to make your videos less boring and more entertaining. Even now I've barely scratched the surface with what you can do with a proper video editor, but I'm slowly learning and making better and better videos (at least I hope so).
At first I was only going to make fish tank related videos ( feeding, maintenance, setting up new tanks, etc.), but I very soon realized that just making videos on my tanks, while they made good videos, just wasn't quite enough. I posted a couple videos of my souped up go kart, then I started making videos of all my rc cars. Now my channel is basically just me filming random stuff that I do for fun.
(Shameless plug) If you are interested in checking my channel out it's called Fishin' Karts.
Thanks for stopping by and reading about my boring youtube experience.