Basher LiHV hardcase packs are heavy hitters punching well above their weight, they can take a pounding and still pack a punch. High Voltage packs push your drive train harder meaning a higher top end speed and faster acceleration.
Normal lipoly batteries are considered fully charged when individual cell voltage reaches 4.2 but you an charge a a LiHV battery to 4.35. Doesn't sound like much right? Well, LiVH packs are lighter, produce higher top end speed, and hold higher voltages under load.
They not only look tough they are tough! Tough enough to take the punishing extremes of hardcore bashing and come back for more. Basher hardcase packs use A grade lipoly cells giving the best power punch, so whether its for near vertical wall climbs, power slides or just about anything you can put your basher through, these packs will deliver the goods.
LiHV stands for “High Voltage Lithium Polymer”. These batteries have been around for years and can be safely charged to 4.35V, higher than the typical voltage of Lipos.
The advantages of LiHV batteries are the higher power and longer running times. LiHV batteries can be charged to 4.35V per cell, higher than normal LiPo batteries which sit at 4.20V. For example, a 4S LiHV pack charged at 4.35V would give you 17.4V. Whereas a Lipo battery on the same charge would only get 16.8V. LiHV batteries also have a lower internal resistance and are less prone to "puffing".
If you want to push it to the limits give LiHV a try.
• LiHV, 8.7V end voltage.
• Light weight with big capacity(mAh) in a standard pack
• Heavy duty 5mm bullet connectors with "through pack" design
• Fiber reinforced battery Hardcase
• Also have 6600mAh pack for longer run time
Voltage: 2S2P / 2S Cell / 7.6V
Discharge: 60C Constant
Balance Plug: JST-XH
Discharge Plug: 5mm Bullet-Connector to your own custom plug
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Forgot to mention, these packs have less then 1ohm resistance per cell. Better than most competitive brands out there.I tested these batteries against the nano-tech and ultimate. These give you more power and punch, especially in SPEC racing. You need a LIHV capable charger or be able to adjust the end voltage of your lipo charge to 4.35v per cell to utilize the max potential of this battery. Great for club racing where they don't check voltage. Even if they enforce the ROAR rule of 4.22v per cell, the pack maintains a higher end voltage during discharge which means there is less fade and strong power thru the whole race. While others are slowing towards the end of their run, this one keeps going and you are able to make up valuable time and catch them. And you can't beat the price vs other name brand LIHV lipos