I'm using Sanyo 1650 NIMHs from eflightpower. Eflightpacks carry these also.
These packs weigh about 3.5 oz more than the SR battery pack, but they fit in the cutie battery bay without modification. You do have move the pack to the end of the bay, and I had to go with a little bigger tail wheel to balance. Other than that, no problem.
My cutie on the stock motor does not seem to know the weight differance. Also, I have not timed my flights, but can go longer than the glow guys who take off with me. I usually land after about 10-12 minutes out of boredom, with plenty of juice still left.
Best Regards, Mickydee.
P.S. the assembled packs are less than $30.00 from either of the above vendors.
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