Hi guys, hoping I can benefit from the collective experience on here - got a question about my new RC. I've recently bought a v3 Typhon and am currently running it on 6s. My only other experience of RCs has been an FTX Vantage that I've been running on 2S and 3S, so this is the first 1/8-scale car I've run, and the first time I've used as much power as 6S. My only question so far is that I'm not sure it's as quick as it should be. Don't get me wrong, this should be taken in context: it's still pretty F-ing fast, but it doesn't seem as brutal as I've been led to believe 6S should be. The car is absolutely stock, and I haven't installed the 16-tooth speed pinion. Should the car be able to wheelie when giving it full throttle? Mine certainly doesn't. Looking at youtube (not always the best place for impartial advice, I know...) it looks like some of them do. Not sure if they're stock though. I was hoping some experienced people on here could give me the benefit of their experience. The only thing I can think of that might be holding it back is the batteries: I'm running 2x Overlander 4500mAh 55C rated packs. It says in the manual to run 5000mAh 35C packs minimum, so I thought the ones I've got would be plenty - although the mAh rating is less than 5000mAh, I thought the 'C' rating would more than compensate. The basis for my thinking was along the lines of the following: The ESC is quoted as 150A Therefore the batteries should be able to supply 150A That makes sense for Arrma's quoted battery minimum - 5000mAh at 35C would give a current supply capability of 175A My batteries, quoted as 4500mAh and 55C should be able to supply c.247A, which should be more than enough However, when I unwrapped the batteries it states that they're actually 30C rated constantly, with 55C 'burst' rating. So, if they're only 30C, then they can only provide 135A, and that might be holding back the ESC from giving the motor the full beans. Peoples' thought would be much appreciated - thank you in advance.