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{{Infobox Grade-Up Parts|No. = 55113 (2-batteries pack)<br>55114 (12-batteries pack)|Release Date. = 2012|Parts type = Battery|Battery Spec = Yes|Battery Type = Alkaline|Battery Capacity = N/A|Voltage = 1.5 v|Battery Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|image = [[File:PowerChampGTBatteries.jpg|270 px]]}}The '''PowerChamp GT''' (パワーチャンプGT) is the Alkaline battery produced by FDK Corporation, the subsidiary company of [[Fujitsu]] and released by Tamiya in 2012. It is the 7th generation PowerChamp batteries specifically made for Mini 4WD races.
 
{{Infobox Grade-Up Parts|No. = 55113 (2-batteries pack)<br>55114 (12-batteries pack)|Release Date. = 2012|Parts type = Battery|Battery Spec = Yes|Battery Type = Alkaline|Battery Capacity = N/A|Voltage = 1.5 v|Battery Manufacturer(s) = FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of [[Fujitsu]])|image = [[File:PowerChampGTBatteries.jpg|270 px]]}}The '''PowerChamp GT''' (パワーチャンプGT) is the Alkaline battery produced by FDK Corporation, the subsidiary company of [[Fujitsu]] and released by Tamiya in 2012. It is the 7th generation PowerChamp batteries specifically made for Mini 4WD races.
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The PowerChamp GT was superseded by the [[PowerChamp RS]] in 2016.
   
 
== General info ==
 
== General info ==

Revision as of 12:57, July 6, 2016

PowerChamp GT
PowerChampGTBatteries
No. 55113 (2-batteries pack)
55114 (12-batteries pack)
Release Date 2012
Parts type Battery
Battery Specfication
Type Alkaline
Capacity N/A
Voltage 1.5 v
Manufacturer(s) FDK Corporation (sudsidary company of Fujitsu)
The PowerChamp GT (パワーチャンプGT) is the Alkaline battery produced by FDK Corporation, the subsidiary company of Fujitsu and released by Tamiya in 2012. It is the 7th generation PowerChamp batteries specifically made for Mini 4WD races.

The PowerChamp GT was superseded by the PowerChamp RS in 2016.

General info

Compare to its predecessor, the PowerChamp FD, the GT is much more powerful and last-longer. However it is also the main reason why the minicars are prone to course-out due to massive power.

As it is a Alkaline battery, it is heaviler than NeoChamp battery and is not cost effective due to being a non-rechargeable battery.

Despite this, it is no more powerful than Fujitsu's own Premium G Alkaline battery, which can be used in Tamiya Japan Cup since 2012.

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