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NfC
21st January 2014, 07:51 AM
Hi,

Im looking to buy this battery , Kypom 5100mah 35c to install in my Discovery pro.

Is it a good solution? is there any experience with this batterie or another with equivalent capacity (+-5100mah) and dimension to fit in a disco pro, without GC issues?


Thanks,

Hans
21st January 2014, 09:08 AM
Page 3 of the manual gives the maximum dimension of the battery... http://www.team-blacksheep.com/tbs-discovery-pro-manual.pdf

NfC
21st January 2014, 09:56 AM
Hi han
Thank you for your information, but what I want to know is the comunity experience in what they use and witch is the best comprimisse, bear in mind the GC, the autonomy, and the dimension to fit in disco pro. Regards,

ivc
21st January 2014, 06:32 PM
People have used the Zippy Compact 5800mAh 4S Lipo with success (search the TBS forum). It's thicker than the recommended size and it might be a squeeze, cut down the tips of the arms under the top plate if needed. CG should not be a problem, the gimbal already tips it forward with the 4500mAh mounted far back.

Max. recommended: 31 x 47 x 157mm
Zippy: 34 x 46 x 162mm
Kypom: 35 x 44 x 155 mm

stanleyy
21st January 2014, 07:39 PM
I have used Kypom 4500mAh 30C in my Pro. Worked great.

TZZDC1241
22nd January 2014, 12:36 AM
kyPOM 4200's fit perfect and then some in the Pro. At 400g its the best capacity to weight.

NfC
22nd January 2014, 06:56 AM
Many thanks for information, i have bad experience with zippy bat in my phantom, after a couple of uses they began to be fat.. and with lower capacity .

Do you see any dimension issue in fiting a kypom 5100mah in a disco pro? The recomended size is 31 mm and this one has more 4mm refering to your experience is this a issue?

Thanks in advance,
NFC

NfC
22nd January 2014, 07:01 AM
I have used Kypom 4500mAh 30C in my Pro. Worked great.

Hi stanleyy, can you give me the autonomy that you get with this bat? Do you use fpv and or other acessories connectet with bat?

Thanks in advance.

NfC
22nd January 2014, 07:03 AM
People have used the Zippy Compact 5800mAh 4S Lipo with success (search the TBS forum). It's thicker than the recommended size and it might be a squeeze, cut down the tips of the arms under the top plate if needed. CG should not be a problem, the gimbal already tips it forward with the 4500mAh mounted far back.

Max. recommended: 31 x 47 x 157mm
Zippy: 34 x 46 x 162mm
Kypom: 35 x 44 x 155 mm
Many thanks for information, i have bad experience with zippy bat in my phantom, after a couple of uses they began to be fat.. and with lower capacity .

Do you see any dimension issue in fiting a kypom 5100mah in a disco pro? The recomended size is 31 mm and this one has more 4mm refering to your experience is this a issue?

Thanks in advance,
NFC

NfC
22nd January 2014, 08:24 AM
kyPOM 4200's fit perfect and then some in the Pro. At 400g its the best capacity to weight.

Hi , can you give me the autonomy that you get with this bat? Do you use fpv and or other acessories connectet with bat?


Thanks in advance,


nfc

ladysman
22nd January 2014, 10:47 AM
Where can these be had in the US? i wouldn't mind trying the 5100 in my regular disco.

rlage
24th January 2014, 06:35 AM
Where can these be had in the US? i wouldn't mind trying the 5100 in my regular disco.

beware about kypom 5100. First ones were 35mm high and did fit tight. Now with 38mm there is no chance to use.

For disco, the battery to go is kypom 4500 4s.

Sicarius
24th January 2014, 07:42 AM
Why on earth would you go for 35C at 4S and 5A, that's way too much, thus inefficient (5A 35C would require 175A or over 2500W of power)
I think with a 20C battery at 5A or higher, you should be fine, saving 30% weight

NfC
24th January 2014, 10:29 AM
beware about kypom 5100. First ones were 35mm high and did fit tight. Now with 38mm there is no chance to use.

For disco, the battery to go is kypom 4500 4s.

You are from Portugal? Are you my neighbor? i live in Oeiras

NfC
24th January 2014, 10:31 AM
Why on earth would you go for 35C at 4S and 5A, that's way too much, thus inefficient (5A 35C would require 175A or over 2500W of power)
I think with a 20C battery at 5A or higher, you should be fine, saving 30% weight

And wht brand ref do you propose?

NfC
24th January 2014, 10:31 AM
Why on earth would you go for 35C at 4S and 5A, that's way too much, thus inefficient (5A 35C would require 175A or over 2500W of power)
I think with a 20C battery at 5A or higher, you should be fine, saving 30% weight

And what brand ref do you propose?

rlage
24th January 2014, 10:35 AM
You are from Portugal? Are you my neighbor? i live in Oeiras

Yes indeed :). I live in Lisbon - Areeiro.


And wht brand ref do you propose?

For discovery KYPOM 4500 4S is just perfect. Price is a little bit high but the quality couldn't not be compared. It means more voltage at the end of the flight time.

http://www.flashrc.com/kypom/12871-148v_4500mah_4s_35c_deans_kypom.html

Dimensions (mm) : 155x44x32 mm

Same as TBS ones, but importing TBS batteries would be crazy.

You can buy also in Lisbon - HP modelismo.

If you want cheap chinese ones I am selling 2 Zippy compact.

NfC
24th January 2014, 11:33 AM
Yes indeed :). I live in Lisbon - Areeiro.



For discovery KYPOM 4500 4S is just perfect. Price is a little bit high but the quality couldn't not be compared. It means more voltage at the end of the flight time.

http://www.flashrc.com/kypom/12871-148v_4500mah_4s_35c_deans_kypom.html

Dimensions (mm) : 155x44x32 mm

Same as TBS ones, but importing TBS batteries would be crazy.

You can buy also in Lisbon - HP modelismo.

If you want cheap chinese ones I am selling 2 Zippy compact.

Thanks you, are you from hp modelismo? How much is it kypom 4500 mah at hp modelismo? Regarding zipy i have bad experience with theses bats in my phantom..

My set has
Discovery pro with naza datalink , iosd, naza v2, 2000 mah 5,8ghz fpv, tbs69 cam and gopro3 black edition.

rlage
24th January 2014, 11:48 AM
I am not from hp, just ask them the price.
With a gear like that you really need quality batteries.

NfC
24th January 2014, 11:54 AM
I am not from hp, just ask them the price.
With a gear like that you really need quality batteries.

Many thanks, we need fly one of these days!

Sicarius
24th January 2014, 11:57 AM
It doesn't really matter what brand you use, but if the C (C!!!) rating is too high, then it's just dead weight

prjoe
27th January 2014, 12:33 AM
Has anyone been able to purchase the Kypom 4S 4500mAh from a U.S. dealer?? I have searched for hours and was able to find only the
Kypom K6 Series 4S 4200mAh 35C. If anyone knows the source please shoot me a P. Message.

Regards.

NfC
8th February 2014, 03:37 PM
I just received two kypom 4s5100mah form a france suplier, they look great and fit well in disco! Looking for better weither to test it!

ladysman
8th February 2014, 03:40 PM
I just received two kypom 4s5100mah form a france suplier, they look great and fit well in disco! Looking for better weither to test it!

Pics comparing with the 4500? Pics in quad for fitment?

NfC
8th February 2014, 04:34 PM
40997
Pics comparing with the 4500? Pics in quad for fitment?

Hers a picture

prjoe
8th February 2014, 04:51 PM
It looks somewhat long. How's your center of gravity? Is it tail heavy? The Kypom 4200mAh I purchased is the same size as my TBS 4500.
I'am still looking for the Kypom 4500mAh in the U.S. if anyone knows the source.

Here are my bateries for comparison.
41004 41003

ladysman
8th February 2014, 05:07 PM
Geezus that looks way long. Report back if it's tail heavy when weather permits!

NfC
8th February 2014, 05:52 PM
Geezus that looks way long. Report back if it's tail heavy when weather permits!

I can move the pins forward to fit the all bat inside disco, but i think that is not to much heavier on tail, i will see and report when weathers alow.

NfC
11th February 2014, 08:07 PM
I can move the pins forward to fit the all bat inside disco, but i think that is not to much heavier on tail, i will see and report when weathers alow.

The weather is sitll bad untill the weekend im still waiting for a oportunity to test, in the meantime i just forward the pins, i drill a litle the plastic of back dji arms and the bat fit all inside disco! Take a look to the pictures is great and only more 40grs above lipo 4500 mah.

ladysman
11th February 2014, 08:08 PM
The weather is sitll bad untill the weekend im still waiting for a oportunity to test, in the meantime i just forward the pins, i drill a litle the plastic of back dji arms and the bat fit all inside disco! Take a look to the pictures is great and only more 40grs above lipo 4500 mah.

What pic? :p

NfC
11th February 2014, 08:12 PM
Pics

Beachflyer
11th February 2014, 08:30 PM
Looks good, be interesting to see what flight time you get. May squeak 15 minutes out depending on flying style.

B4rrett
11th February 2014, 09:17 PM
anyone know where you can get these from in england or europe, what was the french site you used?

NfC
12th February 2014, 02:53 AM
anyone know where you can get these from in england or europe, what was the french site you used?

i bought from Www.Studiosport.fr they are 5stars!

NfC
15th February 2014, 05:47 PM
I have abount 15 minutes on air with the following set:

Discovery pro with naza datalink , iosd, naza v2, 2000 mah 5,8ghz fpv, tbs69 cam and gopro3, immersion rc uhf transmitter

The test was in widding wheather pushing for motors constantly, at end 200mha left on bat

Not bad, and the gc is better than it was with my gen ace3800mha

wippo76
16th February 2014, 02:06 PM
I fly with an turnigy 4s 5000 20C
Fits perfect
I get 15 minutes cruising arround

holger
16th February 2014, 05:48 PM
I find that weird, it get 12:30 from a 3000mAh 4s?
With an additional 2000mAh I would have expected more...

NfC
17th February 2014, 03:36 PM
I find that weird, it get 12:30 from a 3000mAh 4s?
With an additional 2000mAh I would have expected more...

Please see the total hardware that i have fit in disco, they consume much more then a normal set disco.

With my gen ace 3800 mah lipo y get with the same set aroun 11 minutes .

Regards,

Bananeman
27th July 2014, 04:04 PM
Please see the total hardware that i have fit in disco, they consume much more then a normal set disco.

With my gen ace 3800 mah lipo y get with the same set aroun 11 minutes .

Regards,
I'm thinking of getting these batteries as well. What batteries did you use before the Kypom 5100s and what was the increase in flight time that they gave you? Also, any other thoughts after using them for a couple of months?

I have a bunch of TBS 4500 lipos and am looking to extend my flight time.

NfC
27th July 2014, 04:52 PM
As i told i use gens ice 3800 aroumd 11m and they are they are good to be replace they have aroumd 40 charges, more or less charges that my kypom 5100 have but
these ones are in very good chape

Bananeman
27th July 2014, 05:37 PM
As i told i use gens ice 3800 aroumd 11m and they are they are good to be replace they have aroumd 40 charges, more or less charges that my kypom 5100 have but
these ones are in very good chape
Thanks, yes I read that you used the Gens Ace before but no other lipos? TBS 4500?

I just ordered 2 Kypoms, so soon I should be able to see the increase in flight time between the 5100 and the TBS 4500.

NfC
27th July 2014, 05:40 PM
I only use these two types never tbs4500

steveno
27th July 2014, 06:08 PM
I think the most influential part of the battery technology is the most overlooked, I had done so until my Venom charger stopped balancing recently, but I have to wonder if that charger stopped immediately or decayed over time effecting my Lipo's.

I did buy a powerlab 6 to replace it and all my pack balance nicer that they have been, a lot quicker even with the standard 1C charge, it seems a whole different charge process, time will tell how much it effects my longevity of the batteries, but I am liking what I am seeing so far.

Steve.

Bananeman
28th July 2014, 02:36 AM
Yes taking good care of your batteries is very important. I charge at 1C and usually put them at storage level after a flight with the next flight being more than a day or 2-3 away. Investing in a good charger is also a good idea, I use the iCharger 308 Duo (http://www.icharger.co.nz/Products/308-Duo.aspx) myself when I'm not traveling.

Bananeman
3rd August 2014, 05:34 PM
Today I flew with the TBS 4500 mAh (=Kypom) and the Kypom 5100 mAh batteries. I flew two packs of each type (four in total) and tried to fly in a similar "style" for each pack.

With the 4500 mAh batteries, first I achieved a flight time of about 10:30 and then about 12:00. When I charged the second battery back at home I put 4100 mAh in it, so drained quite far (too far perhaps).

With the Kypom 5100 mAh batteries, both times I achieved flight times of about 12:30. I got the impression there was still quite a bit of power left as I landed at 14.6 V. However, when I charged the batteries I put about 4500 mAh back in them so it seems 13:00 or 13:30 would be the maximum flight time that can be achieved with these batteries.

Comparing the batteries in a scenario where they are not stretched to their maximum, I guess there's a 1,5 to 2 minute increase in flight time: from 10,5 minutes to about 12 or 12,5 minutes. I'll do some more flying tomorrow to get some more results.

Fraizer
26th February 2016, 05:35 PM
the, the best battery fly time we can found actualy are the Kypom 4s 5100 35c ??? :=)

i have to order 4 battery then your answers will be my order ;)

ps: merci pour ton post @NfC ;)

Fraizer
26th February 2016, 05:47 PM
its web wrong information ?

because here the tbs = 433,8gr
http://www.team-blacksheep.com/products/prod:max_flight_time

and here kypom = 505gr
http://www.studiosport.fr/batterie-lipo-4s-5100-mah-35c-xt60-kypom-p-1491.html

505 - 433,8 = 71,2gr its not make too slow the tbs pro ?

wippo76
27th February 2016, 03:42 AM
Kypom lipos are expensive
for that money you can buy four times more lipoos from other brand
That will give you all day flying

I fly at the moment with the multistar 5200 4s nice lipo
Also the zippy 5000 fits perfect

Fraizer
27th February 2016, 09:15 AM
you are totaly right !

what is the time flyght withe the multistar ? do you have a link please ? :)

any experience withe nano-tech ?

wippo76
27th February 2016, 09:40 AM
http://www.hobbyking.com/mobile/viewproduct.asp?idproduct=56840

I fly around 12 to 15 minutes with these

Fraizer
27th February 2016, 11:24 AM
thank you for the link :) , but they are 20c i read have to 30c for the tbs. dosent exist withe 30c ?

do you knwo a nano-tech great for the tbs ? :)

you have a disco pro withe what stuff to see if i can have the same time fly of you.

wippo76
28th February 2016, 10:05 AM
When I fly I use at most 30 amp
Thats 7C
Hoover is 16 amp 3C
So why 30C

https://youtu.be/VkLndgUNr_c

Fraizer
28th February 2016, 11:03 AM
i am using tbs 900kv2 motors

i am not expert but team black cheap recommand 30c this why i ask :)

how about the Burst ?

here the nano-tech they write 70c burst but nothing about the multistar :/

thank you againn wippo76 :)

wippo76
28th February 2016, 03:31 PM
I fly also the 900v2 tbs motors with 10X5 graupners
full burst I never have seen more than 40 amps I think max 35 amp
so if your lipo can deliver 35 amp continue you are safe
be safe and say 40 amp
40 amps with 5200 lipo is max 8C
double that for safety and you are talking about 16C
I fly for many years the tbs quads and always had a flight time around 12 to 15 minutes with just zippy 5000 20C
now I switched to multistar 5200 because they fit perfect and are cheap
with the smaller lipoos like 1300 and lower yes you need more C but on a 5000 pack you are safe much quicker

just spare some money and buy double lipo for the same price and fly all day

http://youtu.be/1hg2Yqdqu4E

Fraizer
28th February 2016, 03:53 PM
look great :)

how you calculate how many discharge you use ? and in burst ?


in your tbs you move the red pols forward to have more room ? because i wish to put this : to lock the batery dont knwo if i will have space... :/ http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:622475

wippo76
28th February 2016, 05:34 PM
My osd tells me what the copter uses
And in 13 minutes 5000mah emty is 4C average usage
Lipo fits all the way in
And with a strap its secured
No need for locks and other tricks

Fraizer
28th February 2016, 06:53 PM
thank you Wippo76

but you put your pols forward ? (i already saw accident withe battery fall down) i realy want put this printed thing if its possible withe this battery ;)


you saw this ? its withe the multistar 6600mah 20min. you dont thing its too heavy ?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqnphuaUKYg

wippo76
1st March 2016, 03:52 AM
Lipo falling out?
Impossible with my tbs
2 battery straps and on the bottomplate a little rubber pad against sliding

6600 nice
Yeah why not
if it fits great stuff

Fraizer
1st March 2016, 10:07 AM
probably is my english why you dont answer to this question ^^ : you put your pole (the red tubes in batery area just before the naza) forward to have more space for the multistar 5200 ?


the Multistar 5200:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__56840__Multistar_High_Capacity_4S_5200mAh_Multi_ Rotor_Lipo_Pack.html

Specs:
Minimum Capacity: 5200mAh
Configuration: 4S1P / 14.8V / 4Cell
Constant Discharge: 10C
Peak Discharge (10sec): 20C
Pack Weight: 433g
Pack Size: 142 x 49 x 29mm
Charge Plug: JST-XH
Discharge Plug: XT60



the Multistar 6600:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__56848__Multistar_High_Capacity_4S_6600mAh_Multi_ Rotor_Lipo_Pack.html

if the size are right:

Specs:
Minimum Capacity: 6600mAh
Configuration: 4S1P / 14.8V / 4Cell
Constant Discharge: 10C
Peak Discharge (10sec): 20C
Pack Weight: 537g
Pack Size: 142 x 49 x 35mm
Charge Plug: JST-XH
Discharge Plug: XT90
the spec are not enough to knwo if its fit ?

what i see for the 6600 its a XT90 plug, a 10c discharge, 104gr more, the price almost the double.... I think its better choise your solution the Multistar 5200 :)

i am right ? ^^

Wippo76 do you knwo how to calculate mathematically the discharg of each drone please ? (i will order not for this drone)

thank you again for your help :)

wippo76
1st March 2016, 05:11 PM
aa that poles haha
I am also not a English speaking person that that why we didn't understand each other
no the poles are on the first holes seen from the back of the plate so not moved to the front
that 6600 fits but thare is no space for a battery strap anymore I would go for the 5200
or for these http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__8580__ZIPPY_Flightmax_5000mAh_4S1P_20C.html
and use a little rubber on the lower plate so the battery will not slide
than its impossible to loose the lipo
I can shake the quad quite hard but lipo does not move at all

about the calculation of the discharge
I have a OSD that shows me the amps used by the 4 motors so thats easy calculate the needed C

otherwise you can calculate the average amp usage when you hoover a lipo flat and charge it back to full and calculate it back using the flight time you had

take the battery’s capacity in amp hours, then divide that into the average amp draw of the quadcopter and then multiply it by 60. The total is the flight time in minutes.
so for the tbs hoover time will be 5amp / 18amp x 60 = 16 minutes but since you never fly lower than a certain volts you will fly 13 to 15 minutes its long enough for me

if a lipo is 5000 20C it can theoretically deliver 100amps but its safe to divide it with 2 so continue 50 amp
a quad like the tbs discovery uses average not more than 12 to 18 amps in hoover depending on prop and weight
so you are safe
if you are flying 70kph for long times the quad can use up to 35 to 40 amp than you need the 50 amp 10C
I hope you can follow me still....
on 3:30 you can see where I have my red poles

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RR3afS7OwA0

Fraizer
1st March 2016, 07:49 PM
hehe ^^ i am french where you from ?

why you want to use the zippy who are 5000mah when the multistar you recomand me are 5200 ? mean 5200 are more long time for flying right ? they are more weight of few gram and no XT60 connexion but they have biger discharge. (dotn knwo if its right but many people dont recomand me zippy like manufaturer..)

i mean how calculate the normal discharge and the burst discharge. i have more trust in mathematics than osd or any other stuff made in china ^^ (if i am not wrong you give me how to calculate the time flight).

i dont have your knwoledge i just start but i work by logic and math but need some base ^^

actualy i have 950kv2 withe 9.5 graupner and a carbon set prop, i will probably buy a 10.? not carbon and other 10.?? carbon from t-motor (?? = dont knwo what is the right after the dot "." or the right references ^^). i will use it for fun probably in the start try to fly very fast and enjoy and withe making movies. dont knwo if i can be able to go more of 70kph... ^^ but yes will pilot very fast in the start to enjoy (have only thiis drone actualy will see in futur to buy an racer...)

Nice video ! :)

wippo76
2nd March 2016, 04:04 AM
I am from the netherlands
I used 9inch props but I like the graupner 10x5 more for the tbs

If you dont trust a mah meter from osd or from ampmeter
You can calculate the amp draw still but than you know the avarage usage just use the same formule but now you know only time and that you have used in that time
Not the peak amps for that you need a amp meter but believe me it wil never exeed 40 amps with the tbs
Like you see in this video
https://youtu.be/Wbt8t_xMlMI


About the zippy or multistar
Zippy has more C
multistar is 10C thats why it can made so light
The more C the heavier a lipo becomes
Before there where the multistar I have always used the zippy some for more than 3 year

You get what you pay for
But if I have to choose between a good lipo kypom for 85 euro and 4 multistar from a little less quality for the same price my choice is not difficult
I fly 1 hour with the same money some people fly 15 minutes

And like you saw in the video it works ;)

Fraizer
2nd March 2016, 08:39 AM
:)

the 40 amps = how much "C" discharge ? (he look dont use the same motors, esc etc of us.. me all is from tbs)

but actualy why you want to back to the zippy withe more discharge ? i fault 10c will be enough.


about the difference of quality its about what ? the multistar lipos loose there time flight faster than zippy or the more expensive ?

thank you :)

wippo76
2nd March 2016, 03:10 PM
In case of the multistar
40/5.2 =7.6 C
But thats peak in full throttle
Hoover wil be 15/5.2=3C
For this price its unbeatable

Fraizer
2nd March 2016, 05:40 PM
great !!! :)

you dont ansear me for this:


""""""
but actualy why you want to back to the zippy withe more discharge ? i fault 10c will be enough.


about the difference of quality its about what ? the multistar lipos loose there time flight faster than zippy or the more expensive ?
""""""

wippo76
2nd March 2016, 05:57 PM
I did
I used the zippys until the multistar came
The zippy has been proven to me
The multistars I am flying 2 months only so cant tell your the quality of lifetime
But for now they work great
Dont make it to difficult for yourself and fly!!
Happy flying
Greetings from the netherlands

Fraizer
3rd March 2016, 09:22 AM
i fault you said you will return to zippy

oh then you tell me zippy prooved to you they work great oh good.

thank you alot wippo76 (http://fpvlab.com/forums/member.php?3358-wippo76) :)

Fraizer
6th March 2016, 11:19 AM
wippo76

escuse me to disturbe again, do you knwo if i can order from another place than hobyking the Multistar and Zippy lipos ?

wippo76
6th March 2016, 11:24 AM
Sometimes people and companies
Sell them for a lot more money on ebay or a privat little shop
But why dot you buy them on europe warehouse since you from france

wippo76
6th March 2016, 11:25 AM
You waited to long [emoji3]
They had plenty on stock when we first contacted
Sometimes it can take a few weeks on re-stock

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/uh_viewitem.asp?idproduct=65268

Fraizer
6th March 2016, 11:50 AM
because i have a compagny (not drone etc) and i can order normaly for better prices and without VAT ^^ and hobby ask a minimum ot 2000euros of order to apply this ^^ (want to order many things but will be not 2000 ^^)

but you are right. i was stupid to not order before from hobby... :/

wippo76
10th March 2016, 08:17 AM
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__38205__ZIPPY_Flightmax_5000mAh_4S1P_20C_EU_Wareh ouse_.html

Now only 19 euro!!

Fraizer
10th March 2016, 11:54 AM
you are always great Wippo ^^

you knwo well this version model of zippy ?

- the dimession is not too long ? its 143x51x33mm when the multistar is 142 x 49 x 29mm.
- 5000 when multistar is 5200 (loose time flight no ?)

(me i have the price more than 21 euros and european shop and 28 on the uk. A trick ? ^^)

its take how many time for the delevery to france if i order from those shops uk and european ?

vers serious question : if its not a problem for me to wait the multistar mean i have those avaible and for the same price, you recommand me to buy this zippy or the multistar 5200 ? :)

ps: i miss.. its not the same connectro i have XT60 on my disco pro... and the zippy have a 4mm Bullet-Connector (i dont have any of this) you recomand me to buy an adapter xt60 <-> 4mm bullet-connector ? (its light this adapter ?)

wippo76
10th March 2016, 04:11 PM
If you are in a hurry buy these they work great
You cannot order from uk shop
Only eu
When I login its 19.70 euro
Shipping from eu for me is 1 day since eu warehouse is shipping from NL for you maybe 3

just solder an xt60 to the zippy 5 minutes work

If you cannot solder a connector
And are not in a hurry just wait for the multistar

Fraizer
10th March 2016, 07:16 PM
ok then if you said the multistar is better then i will wait my friend :)

for next purchase : its dosent exist an small adapter xt60 <-> 4mm bullet on hobbyking ? can be usefull

you knwo its take how much days from UK warehouse and International Warehouse ?

wippo76
11th March 2016, 04:19 AM
I dont like adapters
Just solder new plug
You can not order from uk warehouse
Int warehouse can take up to 2 weeks
And expensive shipping
Just ask hk how long re-stock will take
If they dont know it can take a long time

Fraizer
11th March 2016, 05:16 AM
no body can order from uk when he is not from uk ? (my question was: is not about this order lipo but for next orders if i can choose UK to knwo your experience of time and price delevery ^^)

wippo76
11th March 2016, 07:25 AM
No you can't
They ship only UK