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I wonder how much of a performance difference there would be if you were to take a saddle pack lipo and split them for 1 cell use. For instance, the team checkpoint saddle packs. The capacity is there, but the c rating is a little lower. Would that be noticable on a very small track?
 

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I wonder how much of a performance difference there would be if you were to take a saddle pack lipo and split them for 1 cell use. For instance, the team checkpoint saddle packs. The capacity is there, but the c rating is a little lower. Would that be noticable on a very small track?
i am 100% sure you could see the difference in oval racing!
 

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It's been done. when single cell was first brought up, we had some local guys do it. They were considerably slower than the 4 cell /17.5 combo, and when the actual 1 cell packs became available, the difference in performance was painfully obvious on the track.
 

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Yea, right now any of the single cell packs on the market would work well for you. I haven't had a chance to run a Reedy pack but I'm sure it will have no problem keeping up with the SMC's and Thunder Power packs.
 

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Thanks. I prefer to use the bullet connectors on my cars. Makes for a cleaner installation!
 
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