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Jun 16, 2011, 04:57 PM
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Mad Dog Li Poly Batteries

This new series of batteris was introduced in April 2011! We have tested many different companies and found this supplier to provide a great battery at a competitive price. These batteries have a 35C discharge with a 3C charge rate. Each pack has synchronized cells, meaning matched internal resistance. This will provide you with a more equal discharge of the pack. What that means to you is longer flight times, more power, and more longer cycle life!

All packs, except the 5100, included a EC3 style connector. This is the blue discharge connector. All batteries have a standard E-flite, Align, Chinese battery balance connector.

We also have a 30 day warranty on these batteries, as well as a 50% crash replacement policy, once you register your battery.

We have 1300 mAh to 5100 mAh in varies sizes. We are also stocking LIFe batteries for Receivers and Transmitters.

1300 to 5100 mAh batteries Here

Reciever Packs Here

Transmitter Pack Here

I have included some pictures and a graph of the 1300 Pack, up to the max our CBA Setup will allow.

We are running a sale, buy any Mad Dog battery and receive a 15% off coupon for your next order.

Any questions post below!

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