Mega Cool New Product-Antigravity Batteries

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Antigravity, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. steve_k

    steve_k Long timer

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    Argh! So many needs and wants.... And this kind of falls in to both categories!
  2. garandman

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  3. revtech100

    revtech100 Been here awhile

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    How does it work in a a6.4l f450.
  4. mnsty

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    So, the Porsche 962 had a dead battery today. Perfect chance to try the Micro Start out. worked great. leads a little warm but started it and amazed the Brit watching me do it.[​IMG]
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  5. mefly2

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    Was that a dead battery or just a low battery?
  6. mnsty

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    Dead as the proverbial doornail, wouldn't even light the dash lights.
  7. mefly2

    mefly2 Long timer

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    Then that is very impressive ...
  8. HaChayalBoded

    HaChayalBoded Brooklyn Bored

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    That is very slick. Is your source for those adapters capable of producing some SAE gender changers for me? I used to have a bunch of them but can no longer find a source.

    I make 8 gauge heavy duty SAE jumper cables for friends of mine. And a gender changer would surely come in handy for me.
  9. HaChayalBoded

    HaChayalBoded Brooklyn Bored

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    I've got a bunch, sent you a PM
  10. Montague

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    just ordered, looking forward to getting for my fleet of machines (the ones that aren't pull or kick start).



    We went through 2 days of no power during the pre-Christmas ice storm here, so I also envision using the unit for emergency charging of gadgets.



    Cell service stayed on and it was amazing how much time we spent on iPhone and pad while waiting for normal to be restored.
  11. traveltoad

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    Interested in the 8 gauge SAE connector harnesses.... and the Heavy duty Micro Start.

    Any updates?
  12. rmhrc628

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    What duties can the smaller version of this new battery be used for?

    Is it a substituted for the micro start when there is longer drain periods and not instant draw like cold starting ?
  13. RoteEddie

    RoteEddie Been here awhile

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    Ordered an XP-3 as a safety device for winter riding on my 500. As my 1190's battery seems incapable of starting once temps drop below 5C it was a no-brainer.

    Forgot to take advantage of the discount though :1drink
  14. tony6799me

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    Hi im reading this thread with great interest however we in the uk are 240 ac.
    Will the charger work in the uk if not what size/type charger do i need?
    many thanks in advance.
    regards
    Tony
  15. wookie1562

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    I suppose you wouldn't be able to use this harness to charge the micro-start itself?
  16. phreakingeek

    phreakingeek adventurer

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    placed my order...looking forward to trying it out.
  17. garandman

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    My wife was visiting while my daughter sat in her minivan and played the 650 watt stereo for almost an hour. Outside temp was about 10 F.

    Car wouldn't start so I talked my wife through hooking up the MicroStart. Started right up and she was on her way in three minutes.
  18. flei

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    Sounds too good to be true, but read all the reviews I could find online. Just ordered one on Amazon.... Now which vehicle of my 7 do I keep it in??? I may need to hang it up with all the keys so I can grab it going out the door so I always have it with me! Hope I never need it, but know I will! Will post review after I use it.
  19. HaChayalBoded

    HaChayalBoded Brooklyn Bored

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    Has that nifty SAE connector been produced yet? I could make my own adapter but it would be slick to use that.
  20. flei

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