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any one have feed back after using the batteries that browning buck makes? my oem battery is killing me right now, wont hold a charge over night, and im getting pretty tired of bump starting that f*cker. i want to get one of these light batteries, couldnt really find a review or anything about an extended amount of use. thanks
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any one have feed back after using the batteries that browning buck makes? my oem battery is killing me right now, wont hold a charge over night, and im getting pretty tired of bump starting that f*cker. i want to get one of these light batteries, couldnt really find a review or anything about an extended amount of use. thanks
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id like to know about this aswell

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im not selling since i dont even have cells at this time, but i would just like to educate the group on performance... this is NOT considered normal use and would no expect long battery life from this type of use, but i do want to illustrate the power and ability of these cells.

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Well if that vid doesn't sell people on it I don't know what will

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im not selling since i dont even have cells at this time, but i would just like to educate the group on performance... this is NOT considered normal use and would no expect long battery life from this type of use, but i do want to illustrate the power and ability of these cells.
I have a friend that has that battery, so you're the one that makes them ??? Only heard great things about it.
Please PM me on how I can get one.
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HEY BB! if you plan on making them again, put me on the list. I've been wanting one of these to have as a backup.

I've already had my batt. die on me twice while stopping for gas

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I got one of his batteries about a month ago. i needed something small so i could remove battery tray. This thing is great. It started my bike when it was like 20 degrees out and the the first time it ran in 4 months. not a problem.

The best part is how light it is. so much weight saved over stock.
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LOL, i love the sigh in the video, sounds like your having a non self induced starting issue ;)


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hahahah, yeah i am a GREAT actor :)

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okay, just so everyone doesnt have to email me. i will have batteries ready to ship in ~ 2weeks. ill be a vendor again! and you guys will be the first to know about there availability.

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I'm confused? The video illustrates how it would not start and by inserting a "fuse" it starts right up? Doesn't normal battery behave the same?

Don't get me wrong, I would pick up your battery in a heart beat, but I'm just trying to understand what's the video is about.
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the video is to show how many times you can crank it over and over without it going dead. try doing that with a standard big battery it'll be dead after about 4 cranks. the whole point is to show the power of it and its ability to keep trying to start the bike. the fuse out was only to let him keep cranking it without it starting

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okay, just so everyone doesnt have to email me. i will have batteries ready to ship in ~ 2weeks. ill be a vendor again! and you guys will be the first to know about there availability.
Hmmm, my stock one still is strong, but it would be nice to have this for when mine does take a crap. Would I have any problems just storing it for say 3 months? Or would I have to hook it up to a battery tender? I want to do a couple track days this summer and I think I would just throw this in for those events.

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I'm confused? The video illustrates how it would not start and by inserting a "fuse" it starts right up? Doesn't normal battery behave the same?

Don't get me wrong, I would pick up your battery in a heart beat, but I'm just trying to understand what's the video is about.

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i really need o be #1 on this list lol

I had my battery strand me at the same gas station TWICE in one week

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i really need o be #1 on this list lol

I had my battery strand me at the same gas station TWICE in one week
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okay, the point of the vid was to illustrate its ability.

general talk on forums has created the idea that these batteries are only good for on or two cranks and if your bike doesnt start, your SOL and have to push. i wanted to disprove the thought. as for will it store well? Yes these batteries could sit in a cool dry place for 5 plus years and start a bike up right no problem. however if you leave it on a bike with an alarm system over the week end it is doubtful youll ever get any battery to start your bike. it isnt a SUPERMAN battery, it behaves just like anyother on in that if you leave a load on it, it will go dead. they weigh only 13oz(less than a pound) compaired to the stock battery at 97 to 112oz(6 to 7 pounds) depending on the battery. they throw down a solid 120A burst or a continuios 70A supply.

thats what these do :)

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okay, the point of the vid was to illustrate its ability.

general talk on forums has created the idea that these batteries are only good for on or two cranks and if your bike doesnt start, your SOL and have to push. i wanted to disprove the thought. as for will it store well? Yes these batteries could sit in a cool dry place for 5 plus years and start a bike up right no problem. however if you leave it on a bike with an alarm system over the week end it is doubtful youll ever get any battery to start your bike. it isnt a SUPERMAN battery, it behaves just like anyother on in that if you leave a load on it, it will go dead. they weigh only 13oz(less than a pound) compaired to the stock battery at 97 to 112oz(6 to 7 pounds) depending on the battery. they throw down a solid 120A burst or a continuios 70A supply.

thats what these do :)
Good to know, I was just gonna store it on a shelf until I did my track days and eventually permanently when my stock one dies. My bike gets ridden 5-6 days a week so if the stock one has made it this long then I'm sure yours will do just fine, Thanks for the info

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Have a 1000 cells hitting my door today!!!! looks like i need to put them together ASAP become a vendor and give you boys the deal i promised. i have some new ideas of providing an 8 cell with two Quick disconnects (really its just two batteries, incase you kill one you have a back up)... anyway ill talk to you guys in a day or two, i got some work to do (not to mention i am SICK as a dog and need to push these three sets of gauges off my desk)

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Have a 1000 cells hitting my door today!!!! looks like i need to put them together ASAP become a vendor and give you boys the deal i promised. i have some new ideas of providing an 8 cell with two Quick disconnects (really its just two batteries, incase you kill one you have a back up)... anyway ill talk to you guys in a day or two, i got some work to do (not to mention i am SICK as a dog and need to push these three sets of gauges off my desk)


me likey the backup idea with quick disconnects...

GET BETTER QUICK! and let us know

im tired of carrying this in a backpack lol

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Have you tried doing a series/parallel combination where you would get the correct voltage and double the capacity of the battery?
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yes, thats the 8 cell version, or 12 cell.... but still if the battery is left on and goes dead , same situation. so the 2 QDs allow you to have 2 batteries.

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This is perfect! i just killed my battery putting my projectors in over the winter =( and i need a new one.
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thanks guys... no list yet... i like to have product READY to ship (ie in boxes awaiting payment, just needs a name and address before shipping) then MORE IMPORTANTLY i need to be a VENDOR!!!!

anyway i know FOR A FACT ill have a good Group buy ready for Monday ;)

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awsome i will be in on this depending on the cost lol i got a couple other thing i gota get first but i have been waitin on this
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i would love to post prices!!! but i cant :(.... it will be cheaper than last time... so stay tuned

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