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Geneticz

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Those should be fine, although you are limited to a flexidrive ( boost driver, requires less voltage). You would also have to use a 10440 battery ( For the AAA host)  

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.974

For the AA host you would need something like this.... (Not so sure tho, LPF veteran help me please!)

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.2844

They look like tight builds though. Hard to fit it all in... And you will need heatsinks, no idea if anyones made heatsinks for those models.

Good luck!
 

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Can someone please check if what I said was correct, cause looking back I am not so sure...
 

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Geneticz said:
you are limited to a flexidrive
a rkcstr driver with 2 rechargeable cr2 3.6v will work for the single AA size hosts....
 

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you can shorten or lengthen the spring(by stretching) if you need to. if im not mistaken thats the ultrafire c3 host.
 

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i think you are right about "Silver" the ultrafire c3 host, but i can replace the ultrafire with 2 C2's and put a rkcstr driver in?, any clue on what I should set current to or have a link to someone that can preset current for me (not sure how to do it)
 

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pyrostic said:
i think you are right about "Silver" the ultrafire c3 host, but i can replace the ultrafire with 2 C2's and put a rkcstr driver in?, any clue on what I should set current to or have a link to someone that can preset current for me (not sure how to do it)
if i would have known i could have done that and put it in with your ebay order... for br i wouldnt go above 120ma if you want the diode to live very long.. 110ma would be better though. read through the rkcstr thread(bst section) or the ddl thread(experiments and modifications section) and it should tell you how to test the current. you can simply use a 1ohm resistor...
 

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What do you mean by "if i would have known i could have done that and put it in with your ebay order..." drew? did I order something from you and not know it was you :p
 

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dont you go by pyrostic on ebay as well? mods_r_us is my profile... couldnt you tell from my avatar pic?
 

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wasn't even thinking man, I'm going to get a rkcstr and thanks for the information. shoot if i would have known you were on here I woulda paid your less price here :p (no probs though) the only reason I bought off of ebay for the sled is that the forums here were down at the time...
 




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