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Hi,

I just bought my self a Krytac Trident mk2 SPR and a 7.4 lipo however the battery doesnt fit all the way in the tube. If i extend the stock all the way, it just about fits but being a long rifle to start with, it would be nice to be able to retract the stock and use it. Its not a case of the battery being too long, it rubs against the wires in the tube and gets stuck half way in.

 

So my question is, those with this stock/tube what battery do you reccomend size wise, as i was told this stick should fit and it just about doesnt because of the wires.

 

Thanks.

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I had issues with the Krytac stock, its a bit small for bigger lipos. I checked with Krytac and the biggest they recommend is 1300mah, and that is what I ended up getting.

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This is the one I use in my CRB MK2, I don't have any problems with adjusting the stock. Sometimes it feels like something is blocking the stock when I try to make it short but that's just the cable being in a wrong position, also I use deans connectors.

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I use two of these lipo's as they fit perfectly in the stock so no wiring issues:

 

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This is the one I use in my CRB MK2, I don't have any problems with adjusting the stock. Sometimes it feels like something is blocking the stock when I try to make it short but that's just the cable being in a wrong position, also I use deans connectors.

 

I was looking at getting this. I cant see measurements for your one on the site, is this the same size? I have folded a piece of card to the right size and it looks ok .. but never know.

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Just under price you have it's dimensions.

 

"40A continuous discharge, 80A burst

2 sections, 108 x 16.4 x 12.1 mm weight 82g. "

 

Also take care as you're looking at one item that you will order it from an international warehouse, so you tend on getting a import charge. I paid £20.00 extra for import charges for my mistake when I ordered a Imax B6 V2 from there.

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Just under price you have it's dimensions.

 

"40A continuous discharge, 80A burst

2 sections, 108 x 16.4 x 12.1 mm weight 82g. "

 

Also take care as you're looking at one item that you will order it from an international warehouse, so you tend on getting a import charge. I paid £20.00 extra for import charges for my mistake when I ordered a Imax B6 V2 from there.

 

I need my eye sight tested... Thanks for that.

Good tip thanks!. I was actually going to buy the Imax B6 from the international too. But with import + postage, its proboly cheaper on Amazon.

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Currently run a WE 1450 11.1v 3 leg nunchuck which fits eithe entirely in the buffertube when using my Magpul stock or in the stowage of the OE stock

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Take care from where you buy your charger as there are many fakes out there. Genuine ones come with SkyRC logo and hologram.

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Take care from where you buy your charger as there are many fakes out there. Genuine ones come with SkyRC logo and hologram.

 

I have heard about there being alot of knock offs. But this looks ok .. i think.

Says its by SkyRC and comes with Genuine Holographic sticker (i know you can write any ole rubbish and its not true, but reviews look ok)

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