LRP have introduced a truck load of new Competition Car Line LiPo battery packs with some never-seen-before configurations along the usual array of standard, shorty and saddle packs. First up are the popular LCG P5 packs, low-height batteries that help to lower the centre of gravity of on-road and off-road cars.
Team Orion have introduced a range of new LiPo battery packs such as the Carbon Pro Ultra and V-Max Outlaw HV series. First up is the competition-legal Carbon Pro Ultra series. The packs are built using the latest generation of cells that offers very high power output thanks to a very low internal resistance thanks to enhanced energy density. The packs are available in a range of configurations including a lightweight 5800mAh standard pack, a 4800mAh 4S 1/8th scale pack, a 4000mAh 18.5mm XS saddle pack as well as several shorty packs. The latter come as 4500mAh 100C Torque and 5000mAh 110C Capacity variant both of which feature standard shorty 96x47x25mm dimensions. Also new is the shorter 3800mAh 110C XS shorty that measures 93x47x18.5mm at a weight of 155g. Next up is the thinner 3200mAh 110C XSS shorty with 96x47x16mm dimensions and a weight of 130g. Last but not least comes a 7400mAh 110C 1S pack of 93x47x18.5mm dimensions and a weight of 155g for 1/12th scale applications.
LRP have a new addition to their Competition Car Line series of LiPo batteries available in the form of the 7500mAh TC Stock Spec pack. Specially developed for stock racing classes the battery is made using high performance 110C/55C, HDS-2 technology cells for the highest possible power output which results in improved acceleration and top speed. The 3C chargeable battery offers standard dimensions, it weighs in at 324g an includes a pair of gold-plated 4mm Works Team battery connectors.
Coming soon from LRP is the Ultimate Drift 5300mAh hardcase LiPo battery pack. Built using 110C/55C cells and offering a high capacity, the pack weighs in at only 280g, making for an exceptional capacity-to-weight ratio. The pack comes in a translucent blue hardcase as known from LRPs competition batteries, it is 3C chargeable and utilises standard 4mm tube-type connectors.
Muchmore have upgraded their Impact FD2 range of competition LiPo batteries with the addition of four new packs. First up is the Max Punch 6200mAh standard size pack made of 110C cells. Weighing in at 307g the pack is both light of weight while offering maximum punch for both modified and stock racing thanks to a high-performance cell chemistry. Also new are a bolstered-up 5000mAh 110C Shorty pack, a 4000mAh 110C 18.3mm high low-profile 2S Shorty and a 8000mAh 110C 1S pack for 1/12th scale applications. All offer improved capacities over their predecessors and they utilize standard 4mm connectors.
Team Orion have introduced their Ultra chemistry shorty LiPo battery pack. Suitable for a range of applications the pack is built from high-performance 450mmAh 100C cells with a special chemistry and construction making for improved punch and extreme power output. This allows to use the battery in power-hungry classes such as 4WD Modified off-road and it comes housed in a carbon-look hardcase, utilising standard 4mm gold-plated connectors.
New from LRP’s recently announced Antix brand come five economically priced LiPo hardcase battery packs. Build using 45C cells the packs come pre-wired with a US-style T-type connector and an XH balancer port for easy and secure charging and balancing. The range includes an oval diameter 2S 4800mAh racing pack, two 2S straight-type packs, as well as a 3S and 4S battery for 1/8th applications.
Flash Point R/C have introduced their new 6000mAh 4S LiPo battery pack. Build using high-performance 90C cells the hardcase battery target racers and bashers alike and its standard 138×46.5×45.5mm dimensions makes it usable for all 1/8th vehicles that use brick-type battery packs. The pack weighs in at 600g, it comes pre-wired with an industry standard balancer connector but no power connector, allowing to use your choice of battery/ESC plug.