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    batteries for the e evo 2.0

    what batteries do you use in ur revo?

    new to rc and batteries confuse the poop out of me.

    thank for the help.

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    Buy smc. Good customer support good performance and low dollar. 7200mah 3s SMC is a fan favorite for that truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peeeenuuutt View Post
    Buy smc. Good customer support good performance and low dollar. 7200mah 3s SMC is a fan favorite for that truck.
    do you have a link?

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    thank.
    how do you know whats a safe changing is for a battey?

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    Before u start playing with lipo batteries you need to read everything u can find until u understand and are comfortable charging and storing

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    after my first outing I measured and gave me 3.55 / 57 for cell
    can new batteries be brought to the cut off?

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    Last edited by emi202071; 02-11-2019 at 03:07 AM.

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    Lipo cutoff should be set to 3.4V/cell, so you just didn’t wait long enough. If it doesn’t stop there, I’d hit up traxxas.

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    at 3.50 to cut the power .... if I understood well at 3.40 you should stop
    Thanks Peeeenuuutt of all the answers

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