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Reactor gel battery??

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ChevyCaGal, Sep 29, 2001.

  1. ChevyCaGal

    ChevyCaGal 3/4 ton status

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    Hey... ok, found a guy selling a....

    "NEW in box, REACTOR gel battery. These are what the govt uses in F117 & B2 bombers. steal the last one left for only 100.00"

    .... never heard of such a thing other then for planes... it sounds way cool to me, but I am clueless as to would it even work... I assume the cranking amps would be enough considering it would start a bomber... I gotta buy a new battery here soon... my die hard is really dying hard... so anyone know about this stuff... good, bad or other idea?? I just thought it sounded very interesting... [​IMG]

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  2. Pugsley

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    I dunno if they still do, but Summit used to sell them - apparently they're pretty good.

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  3. chevrules

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    never heard of them but for $100.00,you can't go wrong.I love my Optima.

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  4. Pugsley

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    Here it is from Summit pugsley.alloffroad.com
     
  5. jarheadk5

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    For everyone's info...
    The DC electrical systems in aircraft are 28V. Unless you've converted your vehicle's electrical system over to 28VDC, putting an aircraft battery (that usually crank out WAY more amps than any car battery) into a car/truck is inviting, at least, melted wiring, and at worst a burn-down.

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