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    Lightbulb R&D-Lithionics Racing Battery REVIEW

    Good Day Everyone, just wanted to share my experience with this Battery.
    Its about 2 years old now, and has performed flawlessly. I have no complaints about it at all.
    Yesterday i plugged in the charger for it and the cycle was completed in about 10 minutes. 14.2V
    If you can afford one with the charger, its a good addition to your ski. Highly recomended.

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    What is the web site shown on the charger label? I cannot quite read it from the photo.

    What does 'balance charger' mean?

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    From what I've seen all battery manufacturers are getting a little better. Some more than others...

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    I've used a ballistic lithium battery in a seadoo four stroke motor and it worked great - super light and small - the 16 cell. I would not have believed it unless I tried it - only about $240.00 US

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by tchies View Post
    I've used a ballistic lithium battery ...
    Tim
    What makes a battery 'ballistic'?

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    I wish the R&D Lithium batteries were available in the online store.

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    Brand name - weight 3.5 pounds

    http://www.ballisticparts.com/produc.../batteries.php

    $220 - $248 shipped on ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tchies View Post
    I've used a ballistic lithium battery ...
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    What makes a battery 'ballistic'?
    It carries a AK

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
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    I've used a ballistic lithium battery ...
    Tim
    What makes a battery 'ballistic'?
    it's what happens to the wife when she sees you spent $240 for a battery......

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