EP Super Duty 3000mAh NiMh Stick Pack - 7.2v - Tamiya Connector

EP Super Duty 3000mAh NiMh Stick Pack - 7.2v - Tamiya Connector

Brand: Schumacher

Part Number: SCH-EP3000S

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EP3000S - EP Stick Pack - SC3000mAh - 7.2V NiMh

EP Stick Pack - SC3000mAh - 7.2V NiMh


EP Batteries have a great reputation for providing high quality batteries which are safe and reliable, ideal for good quality stick packs.

7.2v NiMH Stick pack, 3000mAh

Ideal replacement packs for RTR cars.

High quality flexible silicone wire with Tamiya plug.

 

  • Brand: Schumacher
  • Part No: SCH-EP3000S
  • Voltage: 7.2v
  • Connector: Tamiya

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Will this increase the acceleration and top speed of my RC car that is currently running on a 7.2v 1400mah battery?
Asked by Tim on 25th November 2017

No, as the voltage is the same - it will however give you longer runtime.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this fit in a meveruck ion DT or mt and what is a good fast charger to replace the included usb one please?
Asked by Craig Pratt on 25th November 2020

No these won't fit the Ion as they are too large.

For the Ion, you can use #MV28103 or VZ0053

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this fit in a Schumacher Top Cat, which specifies a vintage battery pack with no end caps? If not what can you recommend?
Asked by Matt on 2nd December 2020

No - these won't fit the top cat (without modificiation - i.e. removing the end caps).

You can either solder up your own pack, modify one of these, or use a shorty LiPo?

 

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Will this fit the maverick xt strada and charge from stock charger included with car.
Asked by Richard on 4th December 2020

Yes, that will work fine

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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