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shaungooner
28-02-2013, 02:02 AM
Hi could someone tell me what size batteries to purchase for my TP02C please?

SilentBob
28-02-2013, 01:00 PM
Hi.

I think any type of 2C Lipo Stick pack will fit.

StevenBest
28-02-2013, 06:32 PM
Hi,

He's right any stick pack (2cell) will fit but make sure you check the dimensions before buying, unless your prepared to modify your chassis.

Soemthing like this would be good: http://www.smddirect.co.uk/79835-lrp-lipo-competition-car-line-hardcase-5400-30c-7-4v-3660

SMD sell a range a stick packs, LRP one are probs your best bet.

Steven:)

Lee24h
28-02-2013, 07:58 PM
Hobbyking sell cheap turnigy nano tech stick packs for 25 quid
I have ran one of mine for 2 years now and its still spot on

SiTrace
28-02-2013, 08:15 PM
Shaun, agree with Lee unless you need a BRCA approved LIPO, go for turnigy. I recently bought 4 shorty lipo's 2x 4100mah reedy & 2x 4200mah A Spec turnigy's. The turnigy were 20 each the reedys 72, reedy's slightly better built, but performance I can't see any difference.

I am at calidcot tomm night come and take a look at the turnigy's, very very good for the cash!! :thumbsup:

StevenBest
28-02-2013, 09:11 PM
Hobbyking sell cheap turnigy nano tech stick packs for 25 quid
I have ran one of mine for 2 years now and its still spot on
Lee's right, the turnigys are great but we have had our's for 6 months ish now and there round as a ball:blush:

Thats why i went for the more expensive this time:thumbsup:

shaungooner
28-02-2013, 10:11 PM
thanks guys, I've ordered a couple of Turnigy stick packs from Hobbyking to get me started

now to motor/esc next, I'm on a budget so any advice on lower priced combos would be greatly appreciated

shaungooner
28-02-2013, 10:16 PM
thanks guys, I've ordered a couple of Turnigy stick packs from Hobbyking to get me started

now to motor/esc next, I'm on a budget so any advice on lower priced combos would be greatly appreciated