Traxxas LiPo 3S 11.1V 1400mAh 25C Battery 1/16 TRA2823

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This is the Traxxas 11.1V 1400mAh 25C 3S Power Cell LiPo Battery.

  • Engineered specifically to fit Traxxas models
  • Semi rigid construction does not require a hard case and eliminates wire harness connectors that can loosen and fail
  • 16AWG multi strand wire is soldered directly to the LiPo cells eliminating increased resistance from bullet connectors and accidental reversed polarity connections

One Traxxas Power Cell 11.1V 1400mAh 25C LiPo 3S Battery with High Current Connector and JST/XH Balance Plug

Balancer and LiPo compatible charger or LiPo charger with built-in balancer such as the Onyx 235, DTXP4235
LiPo charging bag
Configuration: 3S2P
Continuous Discharge: 25C (35A)
Max Burst Rate: 50C (70A)
Watt Hours: 15.54
Charge Rate: 1C (1.4A)
Max Charge Rate: 2C (2.8A)
Dimensions: 3.5 x 0.8 x 1.8" (88 x 20 x 35mm)
Weight: 3.7oz (104g)
  • Traxxas E-Revo 1/16
  • Traxxas Summit VXL 1/16

Review Summary


5 Stars LiPo 3S battery

Andrew from ON wrote (February 06, 2014):

Great battery! Highly recommend it will make your merv fly! You can only use one safely. Their is the option of getting two and getting a parrallel connector like I did and run both that way you will have the same 11.1 voltage but go from 1400 mah to 2800mah (twice the runtime) Do not put these in series! The esc can only handle 14.4 volts so putting it at 22.2v will fry up your esc right away only use the series connector if you get a second stock 1200 mah nimh battery it will put you at the esc's safe limit I have two stock and two and two of these batteries I suggest just getting one of these rather than a second stock one. Only get this if you have a LiPo charger capable of 3S charging with a balancing connector you'll have a little more run time and it's just as fast if not faster .

5 Stars Awesome!

from CA wrote (February 27, 2013):

Could never have enough batteries!