Coming from Arrowmax is a 4000mAh 7.4V 2S low-profile LiPo battery pack. Built using high-performance 55C/110C cells the battery is of 139x47x22.5mm dimensions, allowing for an overall lower centre of gravity compared to standard 25.1mm hardcase packs. The battery makes use of 5mm bullet type connectors and it is usable in both Modified and Stock racing classes.
Nemo Racing have introduced the new Bullitt 2800mAh LiIon receiver battery pack. Coming made from high-quality cells the high capacity battery allows for exceptional runtime even when using power-hungry servos during hour-long mains. The softcase pack is of the perfect size for the Agama A215 battery box and it also fits many other cars. Prewired with a universal receiver plug and XH balancer port the battery is available now.
Arrowmax have expanded their line of high-performance LiPo battery packs by a 14.8V variant for 1/8th scale applications. Build from 55C cells with a capacity of 5200mAh the battery measures 139x47x48mm and it comes in a protective hardcase and pre-wired with a T-type power and a standard balancer connector. The cells allow for up to 110C burst rate, enough even for the most power-hungry motors.
Team Corally have introduced their new 4000mAh 2S LiPo hardcase battery pack. Made from 30C cells and coming with an oval diameter hardcase the battery is ideal for all applications that require “racing pack” batteries such as some Tamiya and RTR vehicles. Offering standard dimensions of 138x46x24.8mm and weighing in at 215g the battery comes pre-soldered with a T-type power connector and XH balancer port.
Team Associated have introduced three new combo packages around the Reedy 324-S compact balance charger. The device can handle 2S to 4S LiPo and LiFe battery packs and it offers selectable charge rates of 1A to 3A with an internal balancer making for easy and secure operation. The mains charger is usable with 100V to 240V input and it is available with a range of Wolfpack hardcase LiPo batteries including a 2S 3300mAh, 3S 4500mAh and 4S 4000mAh variant.
Arrowmax have introduced their new 7800mAh 2S LiHV standard-size battery pack. Build using high-performance 55C cells the high-voltage 7.6V LiPo pack comes in a protective hardcase with through-type 5mm tube connectors, 2mm balancer port and it sports split stickers to make sure the decals are not pulled off when removing any mounting tape. The battery is good for LiHV charging of up to 4.35V per cell but it is also usable with standard LiPo charging programs.
Arrowmax have expanded their range of high-voltage LiHV battery packs, with the introduction of a 5200mAh variant. Built from high-performance 55C LiPo cells the pack offers an increased nominal voltage of 7.6V compared to the standard 7.4V and it can be charged to up to 8.7V or 4.35V per cell. The “outlaw” battery provides improved punch and runtime and it can also be handled like a standard LiPo pack and charged to the lower 8.4V while maintaining a flatter discharge curve and better punch characteristics towards the end of a run compared to a standard LiPo battery. The hardcase pack features split decals for clean fastening using tape and it utilises 5mm connector tubes.
Coming from Marka Racing are two new 18.5mm low-profile LiPo battery packs. First up is the 3900mAh 110C 2S shorty pack, measuring 93x47x18.5mm and weighing in at 154g. The pack is ideal for 1/10th off-road and on-road cars and it makes use of industry-standard 4mm connectors. The second new battery is the 7200mAh 110C 1S pack for 1/12th scale vehicles. Offering the same dimensions as the 2S packs the 1S variant weighs in at 149g.