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Team Orion Marathon XL 1900 NiMH 5C Flat Receiver Pack

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This is the Team Orion Marathon XL 1900mAh Flat Receiver Pack, and is intended for use in any application that requires a 6.0V hump type NiMH receiver battery pack. Team Orion has developed an amazing cell to create the largest capacity NiMH receiver pack available: the Marathon 1900 series. With the use of powerful digital servos, in addition to larger and heavier cars like truggys and monster trucks, high capacity receiver packs have become a must for nitro vehicles.

Your Rx pack is the “fuel” for your radio components and only top-quality cells should be used to avoid loss of signal, radio glitches, etc. Maximum capacity is a key advantage in racing and only Team Orion Marathon packs combine extreme capacity with incredible reliability and performance.

Key Features:

  • Extended capacity with 25% more capacity than Marathon 1600 packs
  • Fits the majority of 1/8 and 1/10 scale nitro vehicles
  • Low resistance 20AWG copper wire for high current applications
  • High temperature silicone insulation to resist engine heat
  • Universal JR or BEC connectors for RTR or racing receivers
  • Gold contacts to avoid oxidation
  • 10C cells
  • Incredibly fast charge rate

This product was added to our catalog on February 18, 2010

Verified Owner
Saturday, May 15 2010 (about 9 years ago)
Team Orion Marathon XL 1900 NiMH 5C Flat Receiver Pack
A good battery but a liitle to big to fit in the mbx6, i had to modify it a liitle to make fit. Cells are a little bigger than the normal stick pack.
Verified Owner
Thursday, Oct 13 2011 (about 8 years ago)
Team Orion Marathon XL 1900 NiMH 5C Flat Receiver Pack
This pack is too wide to fit through the bottom of the MRX5's chassis.