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John Malin 06-22-2004 08:10 AM

Fusion Batteries
 
I thought it about time to start a thread for all things about Fusion Batteries. If you have questions or comments please post them here. I will try to answer all questions in a timely manner. If you have a customer service issue please let us know so that we may resolve it asap. So fire away with your posts.


John Malin
Production\Promotions Manager
Fusion Batteries

speedxl 06-22-2004 09:02 AM

john be careful who you say fire away around. Felix might hear you and blow something else up!:lol: :lol: :lol:

John Malin 06-22-2004 11:30 AM

1.18's are available call Judy @ 954-227-1301

Brian McGreevy 06-22-2004 05:07 PM

As a team representative I am also open to any questions you have about Fusion products :).

John Malin 06-22-2004 09:09 PM

ttt

jrrc 06-22-2004 09:27 PM

How much do Fusion 1.18+ packs cost?

Dr Smooth 06-23-2004 04:54 AM

JRRC, the price on those batteries are high your talking about
$100.00 for batteries that are going for the most is $75.00 and that is kind of high.

rangulo 06-23-2004 11:34 AM

There are very few packs and the demand is high. So the demand sets the price at $100!!!!!

John Malin 06-23-2004 12:20 PM

The price right now is 94.99 for 1.18 cells assembled. You get the Fusion Power patented battery bars and our great assembly. We can make most configurations requested in a day or two.

wyd 06-23-2004 12:34 PM


Originally posted by rangulo
There are very few packs and the demand is high. So the demand sets the price at $100!!!!!
Like anything else if people are buying them then they can seel them for whatever they want. If they are not selling them then you might see them start dropping the price some. The consumer controls what the companies can price their products at.

jbackslash 06-23-2004 03:48 PM

I bought a couple of 1.16 packs from fusion. I am most impressed. The only big gripe I have is that the assembly of one of the packs was tweaked, so when I tape it down to my chasis it doesn't sit completely flush.
Performance wise they really surprised me. I purchased a couple of another companies packs that claim to be using the same soldering technique and they were good but not as good as the fusion packs. These fusion 1.16 packs are actually better than some high 1.17 and 1.18 that I have.
I got something in my email a while back about a sale on the batteries for previous customers. I wish I didn't dump it. I certaintly would like to buy a couple more packs at a discount.

When is your next sale? Cause I'll be buying.

Joe B 06-24-2004 12:33 AM

Just picked up my first Fusion pack with all 1.182's and 18.3's , over 440sec run time on some of the cells.....raced them a couple of weekends, then cycled them on the GFX and their dead on the numbers on the sticker......It's good to see some honest numbers.......

BMI RACING 06-24-2004 03:33 AM

those numbers arent gonna help you this weekend buddy:lol:
yeah,that is a hell of a pack joe:nod:

John Malin 06-24-2004 09:23 AM

Get them before they are gone. Joe glad to see that you like our stuff.

John

Freem 06-24-2004 12:56 PM

John,

I recently bought 2 sets of sport packs for Emaxx. I initially charged them at 3.6 amps and the packs were extremely hot. I lowered my charge rate to 3.3 amps and the packs appear to be at a normal charge temperature.

Have you found this to be the case for fusion packs and can I charge them at a higher rate in the future?

Also how should you treat new fusion batteries in general, i.e. should you cycle them before you use them?

Thanks,

The battery soldering looks very professional, keep up the good work!

Freem


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