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09.24.2011, 07:34 PM

Don't encourage him!!!!
   
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09.25.2011, 05:19 AM

It was a typo, not true 150C but true 15C....They just ran with it because their editor doesn't know any better!


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09.25.2011, 01:24 PM

...or they forgot that pesky decimal point. Maybe it should have read 15.0C? Or even 1.50C?
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09.25.2011, 03:25 PM

assembled today! (with cells that sat on shelfs for months)


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09.25.2011, 06:43 PM

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assembled today! (with cells that sat on shelfs for months)
your just a hater, now if we had water cooled packs back in the days of sub-c packs that would have been great

maybe max amps is going to invent some flat nicd packs and put the water cooling in them......now thats a great idea


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09.26.2011, 12:22 AM

True 15.0C
   
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True 15.0C


no, you did it wrong....


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09.28.2011, 12:14 AM

I saw this posted somewhere else...

"While there might be some merit to these watercooled batteries (uhh), I'm going to trump this "innovative" concept with my forthcoming offerings : the Watercooled Prop

But...wait for it...I'll be a rich man when I announce my final achievement : Watercooled Water "

Classic!


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09.28.2011, 10:04 AM

Oil is a much safer option for cooling electronics. So how about Oil cooled water.
   
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09.29.2011, 11:50 PM

Where were they in the days that I was running some 3800mah tenergy nimh packs on my aquacraft supervee. Some guy had posted he needed oven mitts to take them out of his boat. This would have been perfect. Its not to late MA, Tenergy still sells them, add the water cooling and you could have something there.
   
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09.29.2011, 11:55 PM

I think Maxamps could really market this idea if they change their stradegy a little bit.

Advertise this as a gimmick to save your boat when your packs catch on fire!
   
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09.30.2011, 02:09 AM

Add a couple of jets and a heat sensor and you have a fire suppression system for when the esc blows up


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09.30.2011, 05:06 AM

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Add a couple of jets and a heat sensor and you have a fire suppression system for when the esc blows up
Hey now, it's a Castle esc and motor in them now, if it blows up it's going to be from using MA packs!


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10.03.2011, 03:05 AM

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Hey now, it's a Castle esc and motor in them now, if it blows up it's going to be from using MA packs!
Really? I thought my last one blew because I used cheap AA's in the controller!


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