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Old 02-02-2019, 09:58 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by samwichse View Post

Two of those modules rewired from the factory 2-series, 2-parallel configuration to 4-series gets you a 30v, 29 Ah lithium battery for $220 that does 270A peak and 120A continuous output. Add something like a cell log 8s to check your balance.

Just looking around, most motorcycle batteries look like they're rated 80-100 cranking amps.
Yeah those are the tiny ones, this one is a little bigger.....tested at 353cca

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