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Old 09-02-2005, 10:13 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Team Kellner Cells

There is a new battery matching company with great cells at a great competitive price. Team Kellner Cells was started by Fred Kellner to bring top quality cells to the competitive racer.

Visit Team Kellner Cells at: www.teamkellner.com

The website is brand new and pay pal will be up shortly, feel free to email Fred with any inquiries or on this thread.

Team Kellner Cells is a Wisconsin based company

http://www.teamkellner.com
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Old 09-02-2005, 10:36 PM   #2
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I'd just like to say, Ive been running these cells the last part of the summer and they are simply amazing!
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Old 09-02-2005, 11:11 PM   #3
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I will 3rd that these cells are great and Fred is a verry top notch guy!!

GREAT PACKS AT A GREAT PRICE!

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Old 09-03-2005, 01:14 PM   #4
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Since Fred started matching his own cells his car has looked awsome! For the last couple of months he has either won or been in the top three. He TQ'd the Summer Sizzler in rubber, and is now running his Tamiya 415 with foams and has been very strong and competitive! He has been testing 3700's and 3800's with great results!!
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Since Fred started matching his own cells his car has looked awsome! For the last couple of months he has either won or been in the top three. He TQ'd the Summer Sizzler in rubber, and is now running his Tamiya 415 with foams and has been very strong and competitive! He has been testing 3700's and 3800's with great results!!

well of course he is faster now, he has pick of the litter on the top cells he he. . But seriously ive heard good things about his stuff being true numbers, and the prices i saw at trackside were alot lower then the others in the case...

Good luck to Fred on his battery venture... He has always been a nice guy, even though i dont run onroad anymore..
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Old 09-04-2005, 03:04 PM   #6
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Burbs brings up a good point about using the top pick of the litter.....Fred purposely doesn't use the best of the best numbers just for that reason. He wants to save those for the customers. He does most of his R&D with the average cells to show people its not always what the lable has on it. You can do just as good with a 1.185 as you can with a 1.19 and save yourself a couple of dollars! At Team Kellner its all about keeping your money in your pocket!
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Old 09-05-2005, 04:03 PM   #7
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Pay Pal is up and operational to those who wish to purchase online
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well I guess I can add that these cells are amazing. I ran a pack of 3800s in my 12th scale and they are awesome cells. A very great price compared to other cells of same rating( 1.9, 1.8, etc...)
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Question, when looking at the website it appears that the IB3800 are not available yet is this old information??? Do any of you guys running his cells race in the NJ, NY, VA, MD or PA areas???
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Old 09-07-2005, 09:55 AM   #11
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The Teacher,

He is in the process of receiving a new shippment of 3800's, seems they are overwhelmingly popular!!

If you want to inquire about them you can email Fred at [email protected]

He should be able to give you a better idea for whats comming
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Matteucci, thanks....
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Nick Bartolone wins Stock Rubber class at Intense Raceway in Illinois with Team Kellner 3800 Cells!!!! Nick TQ'd every qualifier and took the win from the pole Great Job Nick!!! He was the only driver to run 26 laps!!! He's the man :nod

Note: In the pic he is the short guy 2nd from the left!



Fred Kellner qualified 9th in stock foam A main

Ron Matteucci TQ Mod Foam................................ and broke

Lee Passehl qualified 2nd in 1/12 scale mod! great job Lee!!


Great Job to all who ran Team Kellner cells

Jeremy Whiting followed Nick in stock rubber with a 2nd place!
Paul Schmudlach finished in the top 10 as well!!
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I would like to thank Fred of Team Kellner Cells for the great batteries that allowed me to TQ and win the 4th Annual Corn Roast Challenge. These cells were just what I need for my truck to get down the LONG straight and over the LARGE 1/8 scale size jumps.
Again Thanks Fred.
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