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Old 11-13-2013, 08:30 AM   #201
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I use 2 3s 1800mah pack and it balance good
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Old 11-22-2013, 10:57 PM   #202
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I found these Glacier packs at RC Buddy. I used glaciers in my 450 and they were great. These are 6s 30C 2200 mah. Can you gus give me some feedback on them I am new to warp mine has not came yet getting prepared.



Discharge Rating (C) 30C
Capacity (mAh) 2200mAh
Number of Cell(s) 6
Dimensions 105 x 47 x 33 mm
Recommended Charge Rate 4.4A (2C)
Fast Charge Rate 11A (5C)
Balance Connector XH (also called JST-XH, Align type, the most popular type in the market)
Power Connector T Plug (Deans Ultra compatible)
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Old 11-25-2013, 06:08 AM   #203
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Vlad, these packs are quite heavy, will take some agility from the bird.
1800 is the max reasonable size pack, most run 1300-1400.
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Old 11-26-2013, 02:55 AM   #204
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Yeah...
I use 1800mAh 6S and the CoG is spot on. Just see me post above.
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Old 12-02-2013, 02:40 PM   #205
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Old 01-22-2014, 06:00 AM   #206
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Hello

Whats the maximum length the battery can have to fit under the canopy?
I plan to use packs with 111mm length... would they fit?

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Old 01-22-2014, 12:39 PM   #207
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Hey,

You have to drill new holes in the canopy for sure.
I use the 1800mAh 6S and 2200mAh 5S blue Turnigy packs. I don't know their dimensions by heart and hobbyking is offline at the moment. So you can look it up afterwards...
As far as I can tell they juuuust fit in their.

But maybe you can get more space under the hood if you drill the holes in the canopy even further to the back.

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Old 01-23-2014, 12:27 AM   #208
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The 1800mAh 6S is 113mm. My pack is not as thick as this one, so maaaybe its a fit.

Drilling new holes ain't a problem though.
CG should be good because they are ~255g.

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Old 01-23-2014, 01:03 AM   #209
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Whats the maximum length the battery can have to fit under the canopy?
I plan to use packs with 111mm length... would they fit?

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Sometimes, you think the battery is to long. But it's not the battery, could be the wire to the ESC that pushing the canopy forward.
What you can do is, make a box, the size of the battery, and try to fit it.
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Old 01-23-2014, 03:18 AM   #210
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Yeah, the thing is: I don't have the warp yet. I currently fly a mini protos which is slowly falling apart. So I am looking out for a worthy replacement as I would like to try something new instead of buying a new protos kit.
But I would like to use my batteries from the mini protos because they are still good in shape and I have too many of them
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Old 01-26-2014, 06:16 PM   #211
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Default Re: Warp 360 6s Battery choice:(sticky plz)

My lipos are 278 and I redrill. It's just better in the front position. Canopy goes on easily. It didn't in the original holes.
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:58 PM   #212
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Old 04-14-2014, 11:00 PM   #213
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So will the pulse 1350mAh 6S 35C - ULTRA POWER Lipos get you correct COG on a stock warp with stock tail and stock canopy? Or are the borderline light?

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Old 04-15-2014, 12:31 AM   #214
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I've only had two flights on my Warp with these batteries. I bought the Turnigy 1800 6S 40C batteries. They fit just fine, but I used the outermost hole on the canopy. I haven't tried it on the other holes.

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Old 04-15-2014, 12:56 AM   #215
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I've only had two flights on my Warp with these batteries. I bought the Turnigy 1800 6S 40C batteries. They fit just fine, but I used the outermost hole on the canopy. I haven't tried it on the other holes.

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So you have the 1350 and 1800?
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Old 04-15-2014, 08:45 AM   #216
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So you have the 1350 and 1800?
No, I only have the 1800mah batteries. I follow this thread, and I haven't remembered to post the batteries I'm using until you brought it to the top.

However, looking at the specs....
Pulse: 107mm X 33mm X 34mm
Turnigy: 113mm X 34mm X 39mm

So I don't see how the Pulse would keep from fitting. I am using the back set of holes though, and I haven't added any weight, so I can't comment on the COG. I know the COG is very close with no added weight and the battery I'm using.

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Old 04-15-2014, 08:52 AM   #217
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Oh ok gotcha. Thanks. I read the whole thread and wasn't quite sure if the Pulse 1350's where heavy enough. I like a light heli so didn't want to go too heavy on the pack. And I wanted to be able to use the stock canopy without drastically moving the canopy forward. I'm using Gens Ace 1200 that weight 175 grams and have to move them forward A LOT! So much that I can't use the stock canopy. Using this big TDR looking canopy which is quite heavy. IT's HUGE! That's what she said.
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Old 04-16-2014, 08:53 AM   #218
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Well... since I didn't really get much feed back about being able to use the Pulse 1350's and the stock canopy (And Not Moving the Canopy Forward) I think I might try the Giant Power 1300's 25 or 35C. Both similar in weight and their shape seems to allow putting more weight, more forward to help with COG.
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:03 AM   #219
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I can only tell for a stick shaped pack that you will need a minimum of 240g battery weight.

I am using 6S 1500mAh 35C (Swaytronic) and 6S 1400mah 40C (Gens Ace) batteries both around 250g and I still had to drill new holes into the stock canopy for perfect COG.

I do have the heavier Scorpion motor in my Warp though, so it might be better with the stock motor which ist a few grams lighter.
It also depends on the ESC and how far forward its mounted.
In my case I am using an Koby 55lv and have it as far forward as possible.
And also I run the internal BEC. If you have an external BEC it also helps for COG.

Hope this helps.
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Old 04-16-2014, 09:21 AM   #220
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I can only tell for a stick shaped pack that you will need a minimum of 240g battery weight.

I am using 6S 1500mAh 35C (Swaytronic) and 6S 1400mah 40C (Gens Ace) batteries both around 250g and I still had to drill new holes into the stock canopy for perfect COG.

I do have the heavier Scorpion motor in my Warp though, so it might be better with the stock motor which ist a few grams lighter.
It also depends on the ESC and how far forward its mounted.
In my case I am using an Koby 55lv and have it as far forward as possible.
And also I run the internal BEC. If you have an external BEC it also helps for COG.

Hope this helps.
That helps. Thanks buddy!
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