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Old 13-09-2006
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Got everything else sorted for my XRS now...

XRS, Futaba 9451, Reedy KR 12x1, Novak GT7....

Only thing ive not got is cells....

What should i be looking at getting 3300's, 3700's or 4200's etc?????

Complete newcomer to Offroad ( apart from one regional with a B3 about 5 years ago )..

Need to get started with good enough stuff but on a budget..

Cheers in advance
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contact DR voodoo on here, he sells some AMAZING cells
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ive got some dog's dangly's 4200's for sale !!
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lol ! advice guys advice!

The 4200's ive used were too fast for me, thats my opinion anyway and I'm sticking to it! Depends what your budget is, but I'd not really go lower than 3700's, which would be fine. I dont have that much experience with cells in all honesty, but I think the higher capaticy you go the less robust they are generally, so need more care and love. That just from what I know which aint much
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LRP VTEC4200's

people have seen my rig, and some people have also used my batteries, they will know how quick they are!
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sorry james lol

the 4200's ive used a sooo quick as jimmy said probably to powerfull for my driving standards but hey i will still be using them the ib3800s are very good but the 4200's rock
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yeah when I said too quick for me, I meant that if I could have kept them, I would and bugger the consequences. They were fun.
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IB42's are ACE, but are a little more fragile than, say, a 3700 cell, as there is just MORE packed in to that little space.
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sounds like 3700's might be the way to go then, maybe a little less tempremental. That and the fact that im aiming at keeping it on the green as opposed to fast spectacular crashes ( had enough of those whilst racing snoring )
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im looking at 3700's for 2wd and 4300 for 4wd.
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