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Old 05-05-2003, 05:37 AM   #1
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Default Who makes the right GP 3300 batt. bar?

Allmost every company tha makes battery bars makes them bent at the two sides for Sanyp Battery's. For GP 3300 battery's you need them only bent at one side like the old type Sanyo SCRC SP 1700 battery's.
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Old 05-05-2003, 09:25 AM   #2
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Use the Deans ProBar 2.0 for GP3300's (not the 3.0 bars)
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Old 05-05-2003, 10:27 AM   #3
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i like to use the team orion bars, because they are the flattest ones i have seen and it helps save space to help the batteries (especially the 3300s) fit into tight battery boxes.

i have not seen any bars only bent at one end though...
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Old 05-05-2003, 05:01 PM   #4
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BarryH, I've seen these but still they have a slight bent. Between the two side there has to be 1mm difference and with the ProBar 2.0 it is sure different but still less than 1mm.
spaz456, if you are using the old style Orion Bars, (the ones before the Sanyo RC2000 came out) you would have an even smaller battery. The current (Orion) bars will fit the Sanyo RC3300 tough.

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Old 05-05-2003, 06:38 PM   #5
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I use the deans with the square ends, never had a problem fitting them in any of my cars.
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You should look into the SMC gold bars. I like the way they fit my 3300's. They do have a little bend to them, but they are nice bars.
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I use SMC they work great.
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I like the team orion bars, and the deans bars. If they dont lein up perfect I just kinda bend them when the pack is assembled anyways

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Use the Deans ProBar 2.0 for GP3300's (not the 3.0 bars)
The Dean's 3.0 bars work perfect for me

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My packs are built with the Deans 3 and the SMC bars, I prefer the SMC as they have a slightly lower profile.
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What battery bars do you guys use?


What do you prefer silver or gold plated?
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Looks like Masami has the perfect ones. Who can give me the Yokomo part # of their bars?

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Aha! An other good one.

Team Atlas.

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I just take an old fifty cent piece and cut off pieces to fit the batteries, make sure you only use pure silver coins...
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I like the Team Orion silver bones or the Deans 2.0 bars.
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