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Does the extra voltage have any risks to factory electronics? Assume voltage regulator manages it, but is it overworked to do it?
I would be surprised if that small amount of voltage increase would provide any harm, in fact some electronic devices could perform slightly better.
 

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From what I've seen so far it holds it's charge very well.
 

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From what I've seen so far it holds it's charge very well.
thanks. I deleted my post before you replied since I found the answer. I would think since the reserve is higher than OEM there wouldnt be an issue.
 

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I'm still amazed at how well mine does given it only weighs 9lbs.

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Guys, need a little bit of quick help. I’ve been away for 16 days and left instructions for my car to be started every few days but either they forgot or something else went astray.

The car won’t start or unlock and I’m arriving home later tonight. My question is, can I jump start the lithium battery or do I need to pull it out and put it on charge? If so, what’s the best way to move the electric seat with no power?
 

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Guys, need a little bit of quick help. I’ve been away for 16 days and left instructions for my car to be started every few days but either they forgot or something else went astray.

The car won’t start or unlock and I’m arriving home later tonight. My question is, can I jump start the lithium battery or do I need to pull it out and put it on charge? If so, what’s the best way to move the electric seat with no power?
Do not jump start it! You will need the charger.
 

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Guys, need a little bit of quick help. I’ve been away for 16 days and left instructions for my car to be started every few days but either they forgot or something else went astray.

The car won’t start or unlock and I’m arriving home later tonight. My question is, can I jump start the lithium battery or do I need to pull it out and put it on charge? If so, what’s the best way to move the electric seat with no power?
Mine died at the track last week (the chiller may have killed it) I had no choice but to jump it. I used the jump posts in the engine bay. Since then it’s been fine.
 

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These are lithium batteries. They are very sensitive on changing. Jump starting is essentially charging. It may work out but not recommended.
 

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They can take a jump from what I understand. Typically not in warmer weather, but it is in the instructions for when it might see really cold weather.
 

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And weighs 9lbs, weight reduction costs money.

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If I recall correctly looks like they increased price $35 more from when I last checked. They also state time savings due to weight savings. Could be the difference between 10.01 and 9.98 in the 1/4!!!
 

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And weighs 9lbs, weight reduction costs money.

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Yeah, but one year though? With something as critical as a car battery, I'd need more of a warm and fuzzy greater than 1 year at $800.

You can get generic $200 AGM batteries with 3 year warranties.
 

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To all that have this installed; Do you run it through the winter or go back to stock? I thought I read somewhere that they do not like colder temps. (Sub 32 degrees)
 

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Resurrecting; Researching this and the Arc Angel 94R... anyone have up to date input?
 

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I used one in my Charger for 2 years 30k miles never had an issue. Even left it sitting for up to two weeks a few times and it started right up.

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Meaning the Cox?
Any reason you chose that over the AA?
 

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Meaning the Cox?
Any reason you chose that over the AA?
I chose the Cox battery over the Arc Angel because AA never has them in stock. That being said, the Cox battery weighs less too.
 
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