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Old 04-21-2003, 10:29 PM   #16
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B&T numbers are the real numbers and I don't think the 400 sec at 20amp is right for 3300s. I've seen B&T batteries in the Amain at the Cleveland Nationals. So they aren't bad at all. I use them from time to time and my friend just picked up the latest batch of B&T GP3300 (Green/Orange label) with 1.19+v at like 650sec and IR around 11-12. I also use Integy packs, SMC, Promatch, and Trinity batteries. Anyhow, the B&T numbers are real. Not cut off to record desired voltage. Not zapped to increase voltage. Just the real deal.
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