you can check very simply for your self. measure the circumference of the pack. this should be between 314 and 157 mm for this given heat shrink. the unshrinked shrink wrap has an circumference of 314mm (100x pi (3.14)) the shrink ratio is 2:1. when the shrink wrap is 100pcnt shrinked is has an circumfence of 157mm.
BEWARE!!! This shrink tubes 10 mm dimension is AFTER shrinkink. Not before. It has minimum 20 mm width before shrinking. And it also has minimum 1,5 mm thickness which makes this thing VERY HEAVY. I have one occupying space in my toolbox! Such big width is not usefull for RC... USELESS FOR FLYING RC MODELS...
sorry to hear that. could you measure the shrinkwrap for me? how wide it is when it is layed down flat? mine is 157mm wide BEFORE shrinking. (for a total of 314mm so a diameter of 100m, as stated in the product discription)
It would even fit your leg (if you are grown up normal). It comes folded flat and the surface is 160mm each x 2 which gives a total surface of 320mm. A 6s LiPo needs a lot of shrinking heat to get catched by the shrink tube.
I've used it to make a 12S3000 Turnigy pack. The problem is that it is so thick that the required heat to shrink it destroyed the lipo's blue heat shrink tube... Wish they had the tube used for their Turnigy lipos (same thickness and size) for repairs double the size to make 12S packs