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Old March 16th, 2010, 20:11   #10
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If your new, stick to NiMH, There's a LOT of research you have to do before even considering using a LiPo battery. They require higher maintenance than NiMH due to the fact they can be quite dangerous.
And although some manufacturers state their guns are "LiPo ready", it's a blatant lie. If a gun doesn't have a fuse, it's NOT LiPo ready. And you still have to choose a battery with an appropriate constant drain rating (the C rating)

Give these two threads a read through, it should be everything you need to know about LiPo!
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