PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby The Reptile House on Fri May 04, 2012 3:17 pm

lol - it's what Tac recommends. I bought my batteries from him ;)

Oh - and Tac is on holiday until the 6th :)
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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby martinsf on Fri May 04, 2012 3:28 pm

Ah okay. No problem.

Is the waiting list for motor modding long at the moment?
Also thanks for all the help, i understand it could be annoying when all these people show up and bomb you guys with questions!
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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby The Reptile House on Fri May 04, 2012 4:09 pm

No worries dude :)

I'm not sure about specific timings, but bear in mind Tac is constantly in demand. There's nearly always a bit of a wait, but it will be worth it.
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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby The BR1T on Fri May 04, 2012 10:20 pm

martinsf wrote:Cheers, any experiences on lipo's that fit in the stock? (not tube.)

Check this out: http://www.fire-support.co.uk/product/k ... t-battery- The battery fits the PTW butt stock nicely and usage won't harm the electronics. I've used them extensively. I know of other UK users who uses them as an alternative to Tac's lipo batts.

Having your PTW motor worked on by Tackleberry will surely be an investment that you won't regret. Look into getting a HOP UP MOD + MOISTURE PROOFING done if you get a lot of rain and sub zero temperatures where you play.
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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby martinsf on Sat May 05, 2012 2:45 pm

Cheers man,

Definetely getting the hopup and motor mod done.
As for the moisture proofing im not sure if im technical enough to take the internals out, and i cant ship my whole lower due to me living in the netherlands (airsoft is illegal) and having my PTW stored in belgium where i play.
I was considering spraying the electronics with Plastik 70 spray?
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Re: PTW 08 ran on a 7.4V Lipo

Postby Pling on Sat Sep 08, 2012 4:35 pm

I use 11,1V LiPo 2000MaH 15C and it fits in the stock perfectly. It can handle black, blue, gold and red without any problems.
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