Opinions on 16 volt systems? Good/Bad?

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#31 Post by Racer704 » Sun Jan 07, 2007 3:40 pm

No Just send us one at Racer704@aol.com
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Re: Opinions on 16 volt systems? Good/Bad?

#32 Post by oneowner73 » Sun Oct 05, 2008 10:45 pm

Dear Mr Moderator,the add from Partsmore should be removed from this site as it has been proven in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee at Knoxville that the claims are incorrect. Go to Powermastermotorsports.com/ and click on V battery under their heading of legal issues. The entire legal transcript is there. You will find this interesting reading. Independent testing was not able to make his product live up to his claims.

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Re: Opinions on 16 volt systems? Good/Bad?

#33 Post by John_Heard » Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:52 am

I'd prefer not to delete any posts really, however your warning will serve the purpose just fine I think.

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#34 Post by wikd69 » Sat Oct 11, 2008 11:22 am

Racer704 wrote:Hey John, the new Powermaster battery is good enough even if you return and only charge it for 10 mins. its still up and if you have a MSD 7531 it doesnt draw but 7amps peak..., your water pump and fuel pumps and nitrous draws more amps then anything and your car probally doesnt draw 85 amps total. One battery will be all you need. Now with 16 volts you will draw more amps then with a 12 volt system and you wont need a alt. either. I know of no one in Pro-Mod nitrous running 2 batterys and its just not needed with the Powermaster setup. Call Jeff for a good price on a charger and battery .

You know Warren Johnson turns his fan off just before he finall stages his car. Dont worry it will be fine..turen it back on after the traps. Hell you know we dont even have water in the engine and we are fine.
You're not running water in the engine ? How does that work ?
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#35 Post by Mike Peters » Wed Oct 15, 2008 7:25 am

wikd69 wrote:
You're not running water in the engine ? How does that work ?
Works pretty good if you're running alcohol.........
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