RUDDOG Racing 4400mAh 150C/75C 7.6V LCG Short Stick Pack LiPo-HV Battery
We are pleased to present the new RUDDOG Racing LiHV Graphene battery series.
As an avid racer, you know that batteries are a critical component of any RC car. Regardless of whether you are in the stock or modified class, the new RUDDOG Racing batteries are equipped with the latest generation of silicon-graphene LiPo cells, which deliver the lowest possible internal resistance and the highest capacity.
Our 2023 RUDDOG Racing batteries are equipped with powerful 75C/150C cells that guarantee exceptional performance with every use. Our latest 2023-Spec Silicon-Graphene Lithium-Polymer cells offer even better internal resistance, resulting in higher performance so you can push your car to the limit with confidence.
Whether you're looking for a battery that can keep up with your high-performance needs, or simply need a reliable, long-lasting option for your RC car, the RUDDOG Racing LiHV battery series is the perfect choice. Upgrade today with the power and performance of the RUDDOG Racing batteries!
Powerful 75C/150C cells for exceptional performance.
Latest 2023-Spec Silicon-Graphene Lithium-Polymer cells for improved internal resistance and higher performance.
Low internal resistance for maximum performance.
High capacity for longer run times and fewer battery changes during the race.
Lightweight construction for improved handling and agility of your RC car.
- EFRA & RCRA AUSTRALIA Approved
- Capacity: 4400mAh
- Rated voltage: 7.6V | 2S | LiHV
- Discharge rate: 75C/150C
- Cell type: Silicon-Graphene Lithium-Polymer
- Length: 95.5mm
- Width: 46.5mm
- Height: 18.5mm
- Weight: 160g
- Plug: 5mm socket
- Balancer plug: 2mm socket
Charging and storage information:
We recommend never storing the battery fully discharged or fully charged. In general, a voltage of about the nominal voltage of the battery is recommended for storage. In addition, the batteries should be used at regular intervals, or at least go through a discharge-charge cycle. The batteries should not be exposed to direct sunlight during storage and charging to avoid additional heat. This also means that the trunk of your car is not the right place to store your batteries in summer. Furthermore, we recommend a maximum charging current of 1C for a long service life of your batteries. A higher charging power reduces the battery life considerably.