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Old 08-30-2019, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi all : what e battery is everyone using to get a better flying time since the 6s 1350 only gives around 3 minutes ?
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Old 08-31-2019, 03:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, I use X-Tron 6S 1400 30C. This is for the Stock Trainer Heli. But here's the whole Story:

I first bought the Trio 360cfx to build it in Scale Body. No 3D Flight, but plenty of Weight. Endet up with 1525g Takeoff-Wight. I heared about ESC Issues with overheating Talon 35, so I added Telemetry. 50 nice Flights, with 2650mAh 45C Nanotech Lipo. Allways at about 78C. Castle Creations said not critical. And than the ESC shut down in Flight.

I rebuild, and changed ESC to YGE 35 LVT. Becouse of the lower internal Resistance of the YGE, Flighttime has increased. Current is lower, and Temperature is at max. 60C on hot Days now. Remeber, only smooth Scale Flying. I can stay 17 Minutes in Flight with 2650mAh.

I got myself another Trio 360cfx now, for the next Scale Projekt. I changed the ESC to YGE and I can go about 10 Minutes with 1400mAh (without any 3D).
I guess, changing ESC will serve You better than else.
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I use pulse 1800s and Horizon 1800s. Get about 5 minutes.
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Old 11-15-2019, 10:47 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Now I have tried SLS 2200mAh 30C:
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And Turnigy Bolt 1800mAh 65C:
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Here is the SLS 1400mAh 30C:
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And here Turnigy Nanotech 2650mAh 45C:
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Notice the Flight Time, the Capacity and the Voltage. As it was cold outside, about 5C, only 1000mAh coud be taken from SLS and Turnigy Bolt. The Turnigy Nanotech is able to deliver 2000mAh at this temperature, so the best Battery in this "Test".
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