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My charger has the desulphating pulse for lead acid, but also has "gel" and "calcium" modes too.

Thread dredge.

I'm thinking that a lot of my mounting issues will evaporate if I buy a small battery.  2000cc engine. Very few accessories.

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1 minute ago, RUNAMUCK said:

My charger has the desulphating pulse for lead acid, but also has "gel" and "calcium" modes too.

Thread dredge.

I'm thinking that a lot of my mounting issues will evaporate if I buy a small battery.  2000cc engine. Very few accessories.

Actually I'm telling lies.

Two fuel pumps,

Big electric fan

ECU 

Etc.

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50 minutes ago, RUNAMUCK said:

Actually I'm telling lies.

Two fuel pumps,

Big electric fan

ECU 

Etc.

What car is it for? I run a small Shorai in my racecar and it's never had problems starting the car. My friend was running an aliexpress LiFePo4 in his K24A integra and it also worked well for a few years until the alarm flattened it a couple of times due to parking the car up for more than a month each time (they don't like being run flat). 

 

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8 hours ago, Truenotch said:

What car is it for? I run a small Shorai in my racecar and it's never had problems starting the car. My friend was running an aliexpress LiFePo4 in his K24A integra and it also worked well for a few years until the alarm flattened it a couple of times due to parking the car up for more than a month each time (they don't like being run flat). 

 

Datsun GN620 ute. (Basically like @Sparkle old one)

 

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Here's the new one that Murray just bought for his Integra. This is bigger than his original and has a few extra features: 

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it's got double the capacity of the last one (14ah over 7.5) volt reading on top,  and low voltage cut off at 8v (2v per cell which is their min) so it doesn't kill the battery 

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33022941096.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.a8ef4c4d8WUncV

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On 04/01/2020 at 00:05, Roman said:

Just bumping this thread as have been on the same mission.

Was looking at Shorai but mixed reviews.

Seems some people have run for ages no worries. Other people blowing them up regularly.

Was reccomended EarthX batteries as they have good protection onboard for shorting, low voltage, over charging, cell balancing etc.

Expensive but has a 2 year warranty which put my mind at ease compared to other options which were 6 months or a year. 

https://earthxbatteries.com/our-batteries/lithium-battery-technology

If you have no parasitic load and a car you don't use regularly (like a race car with an isolator) the likes of a shorai are great.. I have one in my honda. Easily 3 months of ignoring the car and it'll fire up.. 

 

For a daily drive with stereo or alarm I would steer clear, due to the risk of bricking an expensive battery with a deep discharge... 

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@ Simpson I have run for the last 5 years and in the new car a Vision Battery, gel type

The first one lasted 2 years including the sitting around in the offseason's, with a mig splatter hole through the top..

They're only about $105 

 

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Aah yes vision, I have a wheelchair spec agm vision battery for my Starlet, it must be 6 or 7 years old and cheap as chips, it performs well.. 

 

I have this one in my mx5, it could be my install or cabling, but it's a little bit weak in my opinion.. 

https://yhipower.co.nz/catalog/vision---hp-102378.htmx?selectedProduct=856

 

 

 

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