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By jrturbo
#145218
Hi,
I have been looking around and have not been able to find an answer. Any benefit to using two 6v batteries over the single 12v? Would I get more run time? Right now I have a single 12v 7ah fully charged battery and It will not even last 30 min. Maybe it's bad? I was thinking of getting a 12v 18ah or maybe another 12v 7ah if mine is bad? This is on a Paw Patrol lil' quad.
Any help or direction greatly appreciated. Thank you.
By Rob222
#145219
There is no benefit to using two 6v batteries over the single 12v unless it makes it easier to mount them. Two 6v 7ah batteries wired in series is still only a 12v 7ah battery. A 12v 7ah battery is pretty small so 1/2 hour of hard riding seems reasonable. An 18ah would run way longer but probably won't fit in that little quad. Get the biggest Ah rated battery that you can fit and get a second backup battery to swap.

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