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  1. Anyone know what the discharge rate is on the 18650 cells used in the 320 Wh battery? I'm assuming that the discharge rate is the most important spec to meet or exceed if I'm going to rebuild a battery using new cells. After that, I'll look at cell capacity. Any other handy hints I should know before plunging in? My son builds custom light sabers, and wants to build his own battery packs for them and other projects as well. I told him I'd share the cost of building a battery spot welder if he'd rebuild my battery packs for my 9bot E+. Don't worry, the spot welder will only be used outside, with all the proper precautions taken to ensure a high degree of safety. Ultimately, I'd like to use the best cells possible for more safety and range for the EUC.