silentfoster wrote:http://www.ebay.com/itm/36V-Electric-Bi ... 0919882064?
Why? I just opened one up for repair and it was not at all difficult. A cell is a cell, regardless of chemistry.parajared wrote:..., and if you have a cell go bad, most lifepo packs are difficult to pull apart and repair, so you just end up dropping another $600-1000 to get another one...
That's good but still far from the advertised life cycle, right? Who has the most cycles on their LiFePo4 pack? Please post current cycles and vendor or type. I wonder if anyone has passed 2,000 cycles on their A123 pack?dogman wrote:700 cycles from ping one,
wesnewell wrote:...Besides, I like the size, weight, and flexibility of rc lipo compared to lifepo4.
That would be apples to oranges, right? I would compare it against a small ICE scooter.NeilP wrote:Not when you compare it to driving a car or 4x4
Just discussion and fun for me. I have more battery than I need at this moment. I do want to play with A123, but again just for fun and out of curiosity.NeilP wrote:What size pack were you thinking of going for..we can work some prices and recommendations for you to help out..
SamTexas wrote:Just discussion and fun for me. I have more battery than I need at this moment. I do want to play with A123, but again just for fun and out of curiosity.
That's why I did not list a 50cc scooter. The two I listed were 125cc.NeilP wrote:But you will probably have better performance than a small 50cc scooter, ...
Agreed.NeilP wrote:..., and you can take it on cycle paths too,
SamTexas wrote:.That's why I did not list a 50cc scooter. The two I listed were 125cc.
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