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3 PACK of RDQ Series 14.8V 4S 1300mAh 100C LiPo Battery - XT60

Original price $62.97
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The RDQ Series 1300mAh 4S 100C battery truly sets a new standard in the FPV LiPo market. Containing the latest in FPV LiPo battery technology, the RDQ Series LiPo packs a long-lasting punch which is going to redefine your idea of what a quality LiPo is. Nothing in the $20 and under price range can compete with this battery, plain and simple.

Check out the rest of our RDQ Series LiPo and LiHV packs. We've got 1-6S packs of all sizes!


"I don't know how RaceDayQuads can offer a pack that performs this well, at this price point. On my battery test rig, this pack performed shockingly close to some premium-priced packs like Tattu and Thunderpower. I keep squinting at the results and wondering when I'm going to find out what the catch is.
 If I were spending my own money, this is pretty much the only pack I would buy right now. I haven't seen a single other pack that performs this well, at this price."

-Joshua Bardwell 

Look under the "Test Data" tab for detailed testing info. 


  • Capacity: 1300mAh
  • Max. Continuous Discharge: 100C
  • Dimensions: 34x35x78mm 
  • XT60 Lead: 85mm
  • Balance Lead: 40mm (the perfect length for usability and durability)
  • Weight: 164g (+/- 1%)


  • 3x RDQ Series 14.8V 4S 1300mAh 100C LiPo Battery - XT60


Download the full test results report here: RDQ_1300_mAh_4S_100C.pdf

For those who don't like reading the attached file we'll sum it up. Bardwell tests for two primary discharge metrics - continuous and pulse. Essentially, if you constant discharge a pack how many amps will you get, same with pulse. The RDQ Series 4S 1300mAh 100C tested at 60A constant and 80A pulse (60/80). Here's how they compare to other batteries he's tested so far:

  • RDQ Series 1300 100C: 60/80
  • RDQ Series 1500 100C: 60/80
  • Tattu R-Line 1550 95C: 60/80
  • Pyro-Drone Who Cares 1600 95C: 50/60
  • CNHL 1300 100C: 50/70
  • CNHL 1500 100C: 50/70
  • Infinity RS 1300: 50/70
  • Infinity RS Force 1500: 50/80
  • MaxAmps 1450: 70/90 ($64)
  • TP Adrenaline 1600 95C: 50/70
  • See the full comparison list here.

Comparison to CNHL & Others: 

"The most obvious comparison is to the CNHL 1300 mAh, which costs about the same. In the continuous discharge, at 60 amps, the CNHL discharged 603 mAh before reaching the cutoff voltage; The RDQ discharged 729 mAh (more is better). In the pulsed discharge, the CNHL completed four pulses at 70 amps and one pulse at 80 amps; the RDQ completed four pulses at 80 amps and two pulses at 80 amps. The RDQ is also a few grams lighter."


"The Infinity Race-Spec is one of the only other 1300 packs I've tested. It's not even close. At 60 amps it only discharged 446 mAh. In the burst test, it completed three pulses at 70 amps and none at 80 amps. It's also $25. But it is about 10 grams lighter than the RDQ."