A battery comparison

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A battery comparison

Postby thatkid » Tue May 01, 2012 10:27 pm

In case you don't know, I'm a dealer for Antigravity Batteries. I got my first order in the other day and wanted to do a weight comparison. First things first, these are lipo batteries. They are made in the USA. They are not the cheapest battery out there but they are definitely one of the better ones. The terminals on these batteries are rock solid. The guy who started making them is a racer and was making them for racers one at a time. Eventually he started the business and is now working on getting more advertising. These guys retail at $169 I believe.

The antigravity battery 8 cell version weighs in at 1 lbs 12.8oz
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The AGM FZR replacement battery weighs in at 7lbs 15.6oz
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The AGM R6 replacement battery weighs in at 5lbs 14.8oz
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The FZR and R6 batteries run between $40-50 shipped. So, it's a definitely price increase to run the lighter weight batteries but if you're doing a custom install or really need to save every pound you can, these guys are the way to go.

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Re: A battery comparison

Postby thatkid » Sat Aug 25, 2012 12:22 pm

More in stock! Now carrying the chargers as well.
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Re: A battery comparison

Postby thatkid » Sun Jan 06, 2013 3:34 pm

Still have if anyone is interested.
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Re: A battery comparison

Postby KaspenOne » Wed Jan 16, 2013 6:04 am

how long are these expected to last compared to regular batteries, im going to need a new battery in a few months and interested
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Re: A battery comparison

Postby thatkid » Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:14 am

KaspenOne wrote:how long are these expected to last compared to regular batteries, im going to need a new battery in a few months and interested


The antigravity batteries have a 3 year warranty. They also will hold a charge indefinitely as they can only give energy if something is taking it.
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Re: A battery comparison

Postby thatkid » Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:57 am

I still have 1 in stock and can order more. They also carry a battery that will jumpstart a V8 and charge your phone or laptop. It's pretty amazing. I've tested it on a bike and there were no issues.
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