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03-09-2012 03:10 PM  6 years agoPost 1
YSRRider

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I put a post up and no one replied so I am starting a new one.

I am in the market for a new RX battery and looking for more opinions. I have a 9253 tail servo, 3 9252 servos and a 3001 on throttle. all the digitals are 4.8V only but then I read a site that said its ok or implied that people are putting 6 volts through the 9252's. At this point I am pretty much sold on a LiFe battery unless someone can convince me otherwise. I had decided on the 2100 LiFe Source pack, but then I found a larger one made by Voltz for cheaper. Are the Voltz a quality pack? Should I run a regulator? If so, give me some opinions on a decent one. I am just getting my feet wet in all this battery stuff.

thanks guys!

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03-09-2012 05:34 PM  6 years agoPost 2
YSRRider

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did some homework and found the Align 2 in 1 units. How are they? How are the Gryphon? Can LiFe batteries be used with either of them?

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03-09-2012 06:00 PM  6 years agoPost 3
Four Stroker

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I just converted to A123 and use the Futaba PS-10 regulator on all servos. JR has a similar regulator. Both are switching and very small. Using more voltage than a servo is rated for will reduce it's life and reliability. But on the other hand, if you crash every week anyway, what difference does it matter as to why ?

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