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Old 11-22-2006, 01:40 PM   #1
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What is everyone running for batteries in their 4wd cars? I assume IB3800's will be fine for run time in a 5 minutes race even with a hot motor? Thanks

Also, what tires are people running on the front the most.
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3800's r more then enough . and i run holeshots as do most of us .
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IB3800 IP3800's would be more than enough like Kevin said, I run my buggy on my first ever GP3300 pack and it runs for around 5-6 minutes
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I found 3600s more than enough for a 9 turn in a 4WD...
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I'm running 3700s with a 13T single and thats plenty of time.

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Old 11-22-2006, 08:16 PM   #6
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i know.....just to though it out there that we should have a 4wd and 2wd special main that are 10 min just like one............. at a cup tournie.....
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