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LadyFox_VT24
2010.02.07, 04:32 PM
My personal Li-po battery for my I-Lap transponder. You can use this for ( MR01, MR02, AD Band, F1, MR015, Monster and etc.) Without connecting it to the board. Battery doesn't have no added weight on your car. And give your car more power in a long run.

http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/rvntuason/IMG_1610.jpg

http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/rvntuason/IMG_1605.jpg

LadyFox_VT24
2010.02.08, 03:29 PM
http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/rvntuason/IMG_1577-1.jpg:D

Tjay
2010.02.08, 03:47 PM
Hi Vicki,

Thanks for sharing. I've seen Grant "Yasuji" uses this type of batt to power up his xponder but he uses very tiny lipo pack. I think the once you can use for blue tooth but I'm not 100% sure.

That looks cool but I think you guys installed it in the wrong car... Should be on my MR03. hehe... :D

LadyFox_VT24
2010.03.30, 12:47 PM
Hi Vicki,

Thanks for sharing. I've seen Grant "Yasuji" uses this type of batt to power up his xponder but he uses very tiny lipo pack. I think the once you can use for blue tooth but I'm not 100% sure.

That looks cool but I think you guys installed it in the wrong car... Should be on my MR03. hehe... :D

We don't have the MR03 yet when we started this li-po thing.:p

leonen
2010.11.16, 10:29 AM
What kind of battery is that?

LadyFox_VT24
2010.11.16, 01:55 PM
What kind of battery is that?

it's a li-po battery from one of our old bluetooth.:)

Action B
2010.11.16, 02:27 PM
it's a li-po battery from one of our old bluetooth.:)

I had actually guessed that for some odd reason.

leonen
2010.11.16, 03:51 PM
Ok, thanks LadyFox, but I meant what it's voltage ? 3.7v? 150mah ?

LadyFox_VT24
2010.11.16, 04:10 PM
Ok, thanks LadyFox, but I meant what it's voltage ? 3.7v? 150mah ?

depending on the bluetooth battery mah and voltage. but the one i used is 3.7v/125mah