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New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#1 Post by partsmore » Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:32 am

Check out our three NEW Ultra-lite Extreme design 12 and 16 volt batteries!

The 12 volt battery weighs 11 #, and easily starts and runs a 540cuin, 875 hp, 14:1 compression engine - which recharging all the time.
Use a standard charger!

http://www.batteriesareus.com/index.php ... ath=65_146

The 16 volt models have BOTH a 12 and 16 volt terminal,
and we have one LITE weight model at < 15 # and the deep cycle model at < #20's.

New design and technology in an all steel case, with brass corrosion free terminals provides endurance that will last for 7-10 years.

Vibration and heat resistant!

www.theVbattery.com


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The online source for Optima and Odyssey batterys, and a NEW line of Premium battery products - "theV" 12 & 16 volt Performance batteries -
We have accessories, boxes, and chargers for all batteries including 16V!

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#2 Post by partsmore » Wed Sep 26, 2007 9:43 am

"without recharging all of the time" sorry
The online source for Optima and Odyssey batterys, and a NEW line of Premium battery products - "theV" 12 & 16 volt Performance batteries -
We have accessories, boxes, and chargers for all batteries including 16V!

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#3 Post by bvr421 » Sun Jul 06, 2008 3:55 pm

SPAM

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#4 Post by sc racing » Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:17 pm

I think I can find something better to spend $1650 on.

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#5 Post by vegaracer » Mon Jul 07, 2008 10:19 pm

I agree. For $1650 I can spend that money on something else that will make me go faster than ssaving 10 pounds.

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#6 Post by dadnova » Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:25 pm

$ 1600.00 for a Bat. they bumped their heads or hit the wall to many times.
Can you emagine how much weight or extra metel the guy in front of Home Depot will cut out for $1600. 100- 200 lbs?

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#7 Post by hugger73hatch » Wed Jul 09, 2008 10:29 pm

I thought $200 was bad enough for a Optima yellow top. I'll use the money for something else.

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#8 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Aug 14, 2008 5:23 pm

I have heard a rumor of a new battery coming out next spring that will be lite and supply plenty of power for half the money of the new lite weight lithium battery. This is "Hear Say". When I find out something for sure I will post it for you guys...

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#9 Post by John_Heard » Fri Aug 15, 2008 6:35 am

Here's a sneak peak of another new super light weight, unlimited amp power supply coming out soon. Only weighs 5 oz and puts out 10,000,000 cold cranking amps with 50 years of reserve capaciity. If you have to ask how much it's too much lol
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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#10 Post by Scott Coxwell » Fri Aug 15, 2008 11:37 am

[quote="John_Heard"]Here's a sneak peak of another new super light weight, unlimited amp power supply coming out soon. Only weighs 5 oz and puts out 10,000,000 cold cranking amps with 50 years of reserve capaciity. If you have to ask how much it's too much lol[/quote]

That thing is ole as dirt, thats the very first nuclearreactorizing ac/dc directV "hand held" back-up power supply from the starship enterprise that has long since been replaced by the ..........

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#11 Post by Hornet_X » Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:59 am

We tried this battery this spring..
The 16 volt models have BOTH a 12 and 16 volt terminal,
and we have one LITE weight model...

I spent 560.00 on the battery and special charger for that battery..
we had Bad luck with it.. left us with a battery that wouldnt crank the car up on seveal occasions... In our case it saved 30 lbs.. but that did no good when we couldnt make the call to run..
after returning the 1st battery, Jeg's talked me into tring a 2nd battery... Had no luck with that one either.. ended up with a 550.00 gift cert. when i retunred all that Junk, and put our old faithful wet cell 12 volt battery back in.

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#12 Post by supernova » Tue Sep 02, 2008 8:53 pm

That thing is ole as dirt, thats the very first nuclearreactorizing ac/dc directV "hand held" back-up power supply from the starship enterprise that has long since been replaced by the ..........[/quote]



Too Funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#13 Post by Scott Coxwell » Wed Nov 19, 2008 5:19 am

This is the one I think I'm going to try!!! No I'm not advertising for them either. If it's not available by next month I'm getting one from the guy that posted this thread...

http://www.powermastermotorsports.com/Total%20Loss.pdf

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#14 Post by John_Heard » Wed Nov 19, 2008 5:54 am

Scott Coxwell wrote:This is the one I think I'm going to try!!! No I'm not advertising for them either. If it's not available by next month I'm getting one from the guy that posted this thread...

http://www.powermastermotorsports.com/Total%20Loss.pdf
Those look pretty cool, very expensive though. Are you going to buy a spare?

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Re: New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

#15 Post by Scott Coxwell » Thu Nov 20, 2008 1:13 am

[quote="John_Heard"][quote="Scott Coxwell"]This is the one I think I'm going to try!!! No I'm not advertising for them either. If it's not available by next month I'm getting one from the guy that posted this thread...

http://www.powermastermotorsports.com/Total%20Loss.pdf[/quote]

Those look pretty cool, very expensive though. Are you going to buy a spare?[/quote]

No I won't be buying a spare, but I will have my spare power master 16v battery in the trailor with cables for those just in case times. For you guys that have never ran a 16v battery you really need to try one! Once you do, you will never go back to a 12v system & I'm definetly not a battery salesman....

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