No problems with IP's here in SC.You guys are too finicky down there,running foams outdoors on asphalt,no IP's, what's the deal down there?98Ron said:Tome57, for waht ever reason, down here in FLA, the local tracks do not permit the use of the IP's, I have several packs of the IP3800, can only use them for pratice.
Make sure the locals will let you play, if you choose IP's. Maybe it's a Fla thing, don't know about the rest of the rc universe.
I herd they were better batteries thats why we cant use them. but heck everbodt that is sombody runs better batteries than me. LOLpepe said:No problems with IP's here in SC.You guys are too finicky down there,running foams outdoors on asphalt,no IP's, what's the deal down there?
I've used the EP's in 4300. Very good voltage, a lot less runtime compared to IB's.swtour said:I've seen a couple matchers make the switch to the EP's. (Like Pro-Match), but I haven't yet seen the numbers and/or results.
2 of our guys just bought 4200's in the past couple weeks...and both reported to me basically the same thing.
One bought 2 packs..and said one is OK, the othe isn't worth using for practice...the other said 3 or the 4 he bought aren't worth using for practice..and 4th is very good. (These are a couple of the reasons why I did a 180 on the idea of LiPo's, and have been seriously looking at benefits of the Peak/Orion 3200 Spec. LiPo)