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high and low current lithium cells
Personally I would never use laptop cells in an ebike or any high drain application.

Yes, with enough in parallel, you could make it work to keep the C rates down, but most bikes don’t have the real-estate for that type of pack configuration.

You either end up with a poor performance due to the voltage sag under load, and or excess heat. High drain cells do a much better job.

I know it can be done, but the amount of time, effort, and consumables that go into pack building, I can see it being a waste of you don’t like the end result.

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RE: high and low current lithium cells - by Crimp Daddy - 05-07-2019, 04:38 PM

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