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Old July 25th, 2009, 15:51   #1
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Question will the KA 11.1v 1100mah 15C Lipo Battery fit in a JG thundermaul?

sorry if im being a bit of a newb asking so many questions but i just want to be sure.will the KA 11.1v 1100mah 15C Lipo Battery fit in a JG thundermaul? people say that it will fit and some say it wont. also i was wondering if it is better than the stock battery? thanks very much.
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Old July 25th, 2009, 17:56   #2
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Lipo is always better than a stock battery. But putting a LiPo in a Thundermaul is like putting a Ferrari engine inside a Festiva. The mechbox will shatter into oblivion since its all plastic inside (from what I hear at least). Just avoid the Thundermaul at all costs. If you want a good quality AEG get yourself Age Verified and find one on the classifieds here, or if your not 18 yet then dont even think about getting a gun.
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Old July 25th, 2009, 18:36   #3
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As I posted in your first thread....

Unless you plan on actually going all out and rebuilding the Thundermaul innards, then don't even think about using a Lipo on it. It'll just break, and fast.

It'll fit, but the Thundermaul is the most goddamn annoying AEG out there to put a battery into.

Why not just use your first thread to ask questions about the gun instead of making a bunch?
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Old July 25th, 2009, 21:23   #4
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okay thanks!
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Lipo is always better than a stock battery. But putting a LiPo in a Thundermaul is like putting a Ferrari engine inside a Festiva. The mechbox will shatter into oblivion since its all plastic inside (from what I hear at least). Just avoid the Thundermaul at all costs. If you want a good quality AEG get yourself Age Verified and find one on the classifieds here, or if your not 18 yet then dont even think about getting a gun.
A Ferrari engine would be stupid!

You gotta put a B6T, BPT or a KLZE... or a SHO inside a Festiva

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Old July 25th, 2009, 23:09   #6
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Jesus, thats like putting a V8 and NOS on my lawnmower.


...hrm, might help me get my mt. everest of a backyard done quicker.
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Jesus, thats like putting a V8 and NOS on my lawnmower.


...hrm, might help me get my mt. everest of a backyard done quicker.
I've got 3 festivas in my drive way...

They're fun little cars... They handle like a go-cart in a good way Super small, super maneuverable... Awesome, awesome little things.
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I have a JG Dragon bought from Buyairsoft.ca last year, I have been running an Intellect mini 8.4V 1600mah battery in it...
It has niether BLOWN UP... or crapped out - the only problem I do encounter, however, is feeding from hi-cap magazines.
With this simple upgrade from 1100mah to 1600mah, your rate of fire increases between 3 - 5 rounds per second.
Capital Airsoft also sells Firefox mini 8.4V 1500mah.
If you're looking to just increase your rate of fire, use these batteries and you'll be very pleased.
Cheers...
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Lipo is always better than a stock battery. But putting a LiPo in a Thundermaul is like putting a Ferrari engine inside a Festiva. The mechbox will shatter into oblivion since its all plastic inside (from what I hear at least). Just avoid the Thundermaul at all costs. If you want a good quality AEG get yourself Age Verified and find one on the classifieds here, or if your not 18 yet then dont even think about getting a gun.
why, if he's not 18 yet, should he not even think about getting a gun yet? jeez, when i was 13 me and my buddy both had semi auto .22's, we went to the local dump every second day and target practiced. we were responsible and never had an issue.
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