The size of your ESC doesn't go off the "C" rating for your battery. The "C" rating will tell you the amount of current draw your battery can handle before catastrophe hits. Study the motor and prop setup you will be using and see what kind of current draw will typically occur using them, then pick your ESC making sure the burst rate of the ESC can cover the burst rate of the motor/prop combo. After all that, pick your battery "C" rating that will suit both constant and burst draw. Read about "c" rating on forums like RCGroups.
I have had the best luck with zippy's. Nano tecs not so much. and don't believe the high charge rate (8-10c)on the Nano... I have used these, turnigy blues, and nano tecs in various sizes from 5000 5s to 800 3 s)
The battery 30c is able to deliver more power when needed. if you have a high consumption equipment when you tiverum peak consumption of a battery 20c may be unable to supply a given time by the amount of power which may cause re-quired for example cut in an acceleration of the engine. I have helped
Use in 450 heli and 3s plane. Full blast! still not pregnant yet...
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I have 3 of these batteries, and so far they work fine. Lots of power for my Blade 450. I do have a question though. I cannot find the maximum charge rate on these batteries. Does anyone know if they can be charged faster than 1C rate ?
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Seems like this product has under gone some changes. The previous batch was 102 x 37 x 27 and 215 gms. The new batch is 112 x 35 x 24
and 195 gm. It so hard to touch that it feels like one of the hard case lipos. I haven't tested new batch yet. Old batch was 5 stars!