New line of 12 AND 16 volt batteries UNDER 20#

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

#16 Post by moparacer » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:32 am

"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!"

What's the benefit to 16V?

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

#17 Post by John_Heard » Wed Nov 18, 2009 11:37 am

Keeps the voltage up with cars with higher electrical demands that don't run an alternator.

Typically most people see positive results, better cranking, more stable voltage during a pass. You'll also likely notice the engine sounds "crisper".

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

#18 Post by Moparious Maximus » Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:50 pm

You might think im bullshitting you, but we run a Farm & Fleet 12 volt, 950 cca, its been in the car seven years never had a problem, we charge it once per race day. When it was injected alcohol at 14.5 to 1 it started fine, and now with the blower and 11.5 to 1 it starts even easier, and thats at 572".

Its heavy, at around 55lbs, but I add ballast anyways, so rear weight isnt a problem.
'63 Plymouth, Straight axle, Leaf springs, Drum brakes, 31x10.5wx15 Rears 3215lbs
Best time to date 7.99 @ 170 mph
572" Wedge 8-71 @ 28% OD, ALKY, Glide, Dana

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vq-xzFWHtFk
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