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Old 01-04-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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I just picked up a night vapor and see it comes with one battery, a stubbier version of the six or seven 1 cell's I have for my PZ champ and corsair....is there any possibility I can use the single cell champ and corsair battery, it is a bit bigger, in the night vapor? Or should I just go and pick up a couple more night vapor batteries. i know I can use the same chargers and I have an eflight 4 battery charger to use as well. Thanks. Scott
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I would think it would work fine, but it will
be heavier because it's bigger. Be careful of
the CG

Helicopters don't really fly.......
They're just so ugly, that the earth repels them.
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Thanks! I knew about the CG variable was wondering about the mAh going from 70 to 150 ish
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I have been using the 150s in my night vapor, I like the way it flies better with the 70. but the 150s work ok and are cheaper and I have many.
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It's like going from a 5 gallon fuel tank to a 10 gallon.

It is a bit heavier but that's all

Helicopters don't really fly.......
They're just so ugly, that the earth repels them.
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Thanks folks!!!
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I can get 10-12 minute flights on my Night Vapor with the stock 70mAh LiPo. That's plenty long enough.

I just ordered 2 additional 70mAh. Yes, they're more costly at $3+ a pop but I'll only need 2 or 3.
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