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Old 04-02-2015, 01:22 PM
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Take notice how my post reads" was excited."
last months issue of boat builder they have a article on super capacitors.
absolutely no reserve but recharge in 30 seconds with
serious cranking amps. 22 lbs each
Now where talking!!!! I will post my results
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Old 04-02-2015, 08:18 PM
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I talked to the manufature for a long time. The reserve battery is 23-26lbs depending on models. The second to largest deep cycle is also a starting battery. The starting battery is tiny but packs a punch at over 1000CCA the key is the recharge rate which is incredible. They are recommended for marine and auto. Their website is not complete. You only need a special charger to charge if you are not charging from the alternator but then why would you need a charger for a battery that takes over a year to discharge 10%. I also talked to another company that has huge capacity batteries if you need. I will be ordering soon so I will keep you posted.
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Old 12-25-2018, 03:34 AM
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My name is Fred, I work for Shenzhen Leadyo Technology Co., Ltd. Leadyo is a manufacturer of lithium battery pack and battery management system in China. We can supply reliable LiFePO4 marine and RV battery with bluetooth communication function.
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Old 12-25-2018, 07:44 AM
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Originally Posted by KNOT-RIGHT View Post
I Run optima blue tops. Six of them. two sets of two in series for the turbines
two in parrel for the boat.
I have been in contact with Steve at Lithionics battery and i was really excited about these
i could go to one battery at 70lbs with multi voltages.
Hey guys dont need to tell ya less weight is more speed.
it all adds up!!! kinda Like collecting cash.
I know Steve personally and he is a stand up guy. I am also familiar with his company and have friends that work there. They even make batteries for electric powered parade floats at Disney. Granted that is not a boat but thats a lot of power.

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