Latest mAh per 100th Volt test was with the rather common WinForce 5700mAh cell.
Yellow is the laptop recycled Lipo, that I use. - 4320mAh
Pink, is the laptop recycled 18650 cells that I use. - 5200mAh
Green, is the new, RC type, LiPo, that I was considering using. - 5700mah
I found it, almost, ... disturbing, that the best capacity, was at a point, below what is "usable", on an alternate brand of LiPo.
See the full specs & stats here - Lithium - mAh/100th V - Discharge Test
Due to the extreme variance in usable voltages, I would highly recommend testing your own battery!
Capacity at different voltages differs substantially.
Different brands, supposedly of the same type-formulation, can vary wildly.
The LiPo, I use, are at "empty" voltage, before a different LiPo, starts into its greatest capacity voltage! ... ???
My testing procedure explained, up 2 posts.
Alternate test method is to ...
Plan a specific route, of limited length.
Check fully charged battery voltage.
Carefully measure and note voltage, after each "lap".
Run each lap in identical manner, same speed-acceleration, etc.
100th's Volt used each lap should give you a "map" of usable voltage.
End test, when 100ths volt used increases sharply.
Shorter "lap" will produce better "map".
Recommended length varies by battery size.
Method should work with all "types" battery.
1/100ths Volt preferable!
Some digital meters won't meter 1/100 V at pack voltage.
1/10 V should give fair idea.
Laps per 10th volt, on full pack voltage.