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Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
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Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
Hi All,

What batteries do you think would work best in a 3 batteries configuration with a Reuleaux 2/3 used at high wattages? Any advice on brands and models welcome!

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04/09/17 02:13 PM
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RE: Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
I personally swear by the ShockLi batteries sold by Torchy. 3000 mAh 35 amp. Even Torchy was surprised by the performance of these cells.
04/09/17 02:37 PM
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RE: Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
(04/09/17 02:13 PM)SUPERAEREO Wrote:  Hi All,

What batteries do you think would work best in a 3 batteries configuration with a Reuleaux 2/3 used at high wattages? Any advice on brands and models welcome!

Flavio

Hi, what do you mean by high wattage? 3000mAh batteries will die at really high powers. For that you need low capacity super high drain batteries.

(04/09/17 02:37 PM)stevelauder Wrote:  I personally swear by the ShockLi batteries sold by Torchy. 3000 mAh 35 amp. Even Torchy was surprised by the performance of these cells.

Got a link to discharge curves for these? never heard of a 3000mAh battery that can do 35A, normally you need a 1500mAh battery for that.
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RE: Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
Ok, let me be more specific: I normally use the Reuleaux in 2 batteries configuration (2 x HG LG2), but I got hold of a TVF12 King Beast at a bargain price and I am very curious to see how it would perform with the bigger, high wattage coils, and also want to get a set of 3 batteries anyway...

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04/09/17 03:29 PM
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RE: Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
Look about 85% down the page HERE

EDIT: It looks like the AWT 40A 3000 mAh IMR's perform even better under high load! May have to get me a pair to play with...
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RE: Best batteries for Reuleaux 2/3?
I also use the battery's that Steve has recommended and there fantastic.
04/09/17 06:01 PM
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