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Old 02-05-2007, 12:38 AM   #1
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Default New MaxAmps 1550 cells and packs

Just to let everyone know the new 1550 cells and Packs are on the website....... www.Maxamps.com

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The 2100 HV's on the site are the new ones with the copper tabs site needs to be updated yet.

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Apache/hyperion taps std on your packs work with the Astro Blinky right?
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Do these batteries have a tendency to warm up?
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Biplanefrky, All Li-Po's will get warm when using them.......... feathermerchant..........I'm not familiar with the Astro Blinky......you have to go to their site and see what plugs they use on it.

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