Lithium-ion batteries

Discussion in 'Technical Q&A' started by centerfireman, Feb 22, 2019.

  1. centerfireman

    centerfireman Karting
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    Feb 23, 2015
    Santa Rosa, CA
    Does anyone have experience with using Lithium-Ion batteries (such as the Anti-Gravity brand) in their Ferrari? Though expensive, they are much lighter. However, the Italian electrical systems seem so fragile/funky and I am a little reluctant to try one out. Any thoughts or experiences?
  2. Darrmill

    Darrmill Rookie

    Jul 2, 2018
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    Darrel Miller
    This guy does have experience with Antigravity Batteries.... has Wireless built-in Jump Starting which is really cool... I have the older one and it has been solid. This new one is a direct fit with the wireless built in Jump Starting.... that is ultra cool

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  3. Redneck Slim

    Redneck Slim Formula Junior
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    Mar 10, 2011
    Palo Alto,CA,USA
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    Walt Kimball
    I have used a Braille battery for several years and a friend has used an Antigravity battery for the same period. Both companies have good reputations for making high quality lithium batteries. I use a $65 tender that I bought from Antigravity. Lithium batteries require chargers and tenders that specifically work on lithium batteries.

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