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Old 04-24-2011, 01:18 AM   #1
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Default FMA/Revolectrix Announces U.S. Warehouse

FMA and Revolectrix are please to announce the new U.S. warehouse at FMA Direct and the new REVO USA website. Click here for complete details.
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FMA and Revolectrix are please to announce the new U.S. warehouse at FMA Direct and the new REVO USA website. Click here for complete details.
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I am happy to see FMA still in the battery business. Having said that why does FMA not make some smaller cells -- 850 mah, 1350 mah, or 1700 mah. I purchased some 1700 cells last year and am very happy with them. I use these smaller batteries for my ALES (Altitude Limited Electric Soaring) models. For a 30 second run you are carrying too much weight in a 2200 mah - 3S battery, and in fact I have used an 850 Mah - 3sin a 2 metre powered glider and still ge 4 - 5 climbs out of it.
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