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Old 03-01-2007, 05:26 PM   #1
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Does anyone recommend a good store to order batteries. I need to get new ones for club racing. Thx in advance.

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Consider li-poing up since they are almost the norm at club races and now the Electric Pro Series is allowing them. They last a whole lot longer in cycles than nickel batteries, no cycling or discharging necessary, just charge them up and put them away to you need them next time.

Hopefully ROAR will catch up to the 21st century and allow them next year if they get Ernie P.'s permission from Trinity!

Just a suggestion!
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Does anyone recommend a good store to order batteries. I need to get new ones for club racing. Thx in advance.

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Good morning. Next time I buy new cells I'm going with Slingshot.
I figure with the owner, and a number of team members racing at SoCal, that will make customer support that much better. Not that I have ever needed it for batteries.

Still I'd like to support local companies.
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I personally went with Slingshot batteries. Although I am in Indiana and they are in Cali I still feel like I get hometown customer service. I ordered their Team grade EP4200 cells and absolutely love them for stock truck off-road.

Keith and his team drivers give tons of advice and are always quick to get things working properly.

I researched battery mfg's for over a month and the level of service and customer care these guys give are what sold me on their product.
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Ya man I would go with slingshot!
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