Gens Ace Redline 2S 130C LiHV Battery Pack w/5mm Bullets (7.6V/6000mAh)

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The Gens Ace Redline 2S 130C 6000mAh Hardcase LiPo Battery Pack, with a factory installed 5.0mm bullets has a high-capacity, high-discharge rate that gives you the power and run-time you expect from all Gens ace RC car lipo batteries. 

  • Stable automatic stacking technology enables single cell capacities of 6000mAh.
  • The most strict single cell capacity, voltage, resistance, discharge curve matching process.
  • Superior Japan and Korea Lithium Polymer raw materials.
  • Standard ∮5.0mm bullet
Capacity: 6000mAh
Voltage: 7.6V / 2S2P / 4 Cell
Discharge Rate: 130C
Max Burst Discharge Rate: 260C
Weight: 220g
Size: 96mm x 46mm x 25mm (L x W x H)
Connector Type: 5.0mm bullet

This product was added to our catalog on August 6, 2019

Thursday, Mar 12 2020 (4 months ago)
Gens Ace Redline 2S 130C LiHV Battery Pack w/5mm Bullets (7.6V/6000mAh)
Wow amain.This is 65 dollars on please fix I try to buy all my parts here.
Wednesday, Jun 10 2020 (5 weeks ago)
Gens Ace Redline 2S 130C LiHV Battery Pack w/5mm Bullets (7.6V/6000mAh)
No disrespect. this battery is on the gens ace website is 79.99 it’s 20 dollars more here and they offer free shipping over orders of 49.00 I shop at Amain often but this battery is too much compared to them.
Tuesday, Mar 3 2020 (4 months ago)
Gens Ace Redline 2S 130C LiHV Battery Pack w/5mm Bullets (7.6V/6000mAh)
I picked up a couple of these for my new TLR 22 5.0 Elite and Tekno EB410.2 that I built last month as I wanted a couple packs that gave me the highest mah/runtime without concern of weight or the packs size, plus my LHS had them in stock for $90.00 and the only other options they had were the 3600mah Maclan which are smaller than I wanted, and I already had picked up the 4500mah Maclan with the TLR kit as that was the biggest sharty they had at the time, and after running one time I decided that I wanted to get at least 5000mah packs going forward. While I've only cycled these Gens Ace packs 2 times each so far, Im super impressed with them to this point and will update the review if anything changes in the future. So far they show plenty of runtime and tons of punch with the 130c rating. Both cars completely rip with the Hobbywing XR10 Pro G2 Stealth 6.5 (Tekno) and 7.5 (22 5.0) combos that I decided to try with them. Super impressed so far with the electronics setups...

All 3 of my 1/8 scale Tekno rigs as well as my SCT410.3 have been running 4 of the previous generation non "plus" Protek 4s 6500mah 100c LiHV packs that I ordered with all the kits when I got them in October of 2018, and they have been great although 2 of them have started to have one or 2 cells discharge unevenly and my charger shows those same 2 packs have raised IR levels compared to the others... Being 1.5 years old with around 50 cycles each now Im going to relegate these 4 to backup/bashing/practice duties and replace them with new ones. I also have a pair of the 3s 3600mah versions for my highly modified TRX-4, and while i get around an hour runtime and they have less than 10 cycles each on the same timeframe, I still plan on upgrading to the newer 4100mah versions. However all of the Protek 4s packs have been discontinued over the last couple weeks, and with all the Maclan 2s shorty and 4s packs also on backorder, Im stuck waiting for someone to make their stuff available. If they werent all on back order I would have grabbed a few of the Maclan V3 6100mah shortys as those are what I really wanted to try this time. I also wish some of these better brand name companies would offer a variety of 3s packs in a hard case with bullet connectors, as well as a 6s. I just grabbed the newer Protek 6s LiHV pack to try out in my UDR and after one run it appears to far outperform the pair of traxxas 5000mah 3s packs i had used previously. Anyway, my battery rant is over, now lets get some of these back in stock A-Main so I can give you more of my money!!