I think this charger will fir your needs: http://hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__5548__IMAX_B6 _Charger_Discharger_1_6_Cells_GENUINE_.html My friend have it and he is very satisfied with it :) I pretty sure that it don´t include a battery chager. A thing you will need for your charger is a power supply i recommend this one: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__6256__12V _5A_110_240V_50_60Hz_Power_Supply.html Happy flying :)If you don´t mind please give me best credit award :)
I would not recommend doing it that way. Would highly recommend getting the correct size charger. Look at the accucel chargers here at HK. They are economical and do a good job. What you are talking about to me sounds dangerous and I would not recommend that manuever at all. Also, all the cells need to balanced together. Doing them 2 at a time will not do that at all. Another option would be to charge them unbalanced and use a stand alone balancer.
You can't do this with the currently installed power and balance port leads. You will need two new 2 cell balance port leads and connectors and an additional set of power leads and connectors. Essentially you are making 2- 2 cell batteries. You will are going to end up cutting leads and soldering in new ones to make two 2 cell battery packs. By the time you have done this there is more than a good chance that you will short the battery and ruin it. Hobby King sells an inexpensive charger SKU
It is not to difficult if you now a few electronics.If you don't..... do not try it.
At first you have to number the 5 cables.The black is the first (negative) and so one.
The first 2cells must be "1" "2" "3".The second 2cells must be "3" "4" "5".I used 2 e-sky balancers and i steel use them some times,but it is much more easier to use an IMAX B6 Charger/Discharger with a very low cost.
AND IT IS MUCH MORE SAFER.
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I believe you can use this battery in the supercub. But I have to warn you. There are certain things you should watch out for. 1) can you ESC handle the voltage now coming through it. Example: *1300mah x 20C= 1.3x20= 26Amps. You will need a 30-40amp Electronic Speed Control(ESC). 2)Most 3-Cell capable *Brushless motors* can handle 4-Cell battery for a VERY SHORT period of time. If you choose to use this battery you must not run on FULL Throttle for a long time. You might burn out the ESC or Motor. **Short bursts is the way to go. Keep it on 3/4 to 1/2 throttle after. Very important. 3) Can the surper-cub support a Brushless? Weight must be balanced. Reinforce the wings. 4) Go with a 2.4ghz remote for sure.