Coming from Xenon Racing are the NovaTested high-performance 1/12th scale LiPo battery packs. Available as 7.4V 3200mAh 110C and 3.7V 8000mAh 100C pack, the batteries are of a low-profile design and tested for performance with the voltage and capacity test results written down individually. While the 1S pack is intended especially for 1/12th scale racing the 2S pack is also good for the use in 1/10th 2WD buggies and other applications.
Arrowmax have introduced their new 7.4V 5000mAh low-profile LiPo battery pack. Aimed at touring car racers the battery utilises an only 22.5mm tall hardcase to lower the car’s centre of gravity. It is made using high-performance 55C/110C cells, ideal for both Modified and Stock racing, and uses 5mm tube-type connectors.
HRC Distribution have introduced the new HRC Racing 5800mAh and 4500mAh hardcase LiPo battery packs. The higher capacity pack is made using 50C cells while the 4500mAh variant is made of 40C cells with both batteries utilising protective hardcases and they come pre-wired with T-type power connectors and XH balancer ports for save and convenient use.
Trinity have introduced their all-new White Carbon 14.8V 4S LiPo battery pack. Built from high-performance 6000mAh 60C cells the hard-case battery is ideal for demanding 1/8th scale applications and it utilises 5mm gold-plated bullet-type connectors over the usual wires for cleaner wiring.
Coming from Reedy is the new 5300mAh shorty LiPo battery pack. With its high capacity and 70C rated cells the battery is ideal for demanding modified and stock racing applications alike. It utilizes a protective hardcase of “standard” shorty dimensions, 4mm socket connectors for a low resistance and it complies with ROAR, EFRA, BRCA and IFMAR specifications.
Coming from LRP is a new 3000mAh transmitter LiPo battery pack for Sanwa and Futaba radios. Measuring 95x29x18mm and weighing in at 98g the battery is specially designed for the use in radio sets, offering a high capacity and a low weight. It comes pre-wired with a black universal plug and an XHR balancer connector and it fits the Sanwa M12, MT-4, MT-S as well as many other transmitters.
Coming from Reedy is the WolfPack 7.4V Shorty LiPo battery pack. Made using 25C cells and offering a light weight of 207g the 3800mAh pack is ideal for all 2WD applications. The ROAR-approved pack utilises a protecting hardcase, 4mm power and a 2mm balancing connector and it is available now.
Coming soon from Trinity are the White Carbon LCG lightweight battery packs. Available as 5300mAh and 6300mAh variant, at 22.5mm they are lower in height compared to standard 25mm packs and the batteries are also lighter at 255g and 274g respectively. This means the packs will make for an overall lower centre of gravity and they allow to add weight to the chassis where it is needed, making them especially useful for competition touring car drivers. Both packs will hit the stores by mid-April.