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Gas Man
09-07-2011, 09:50 AM
A company called Antigravity (http://antigravitybatteries.com/) Batteries makes such a claim for street motorcycles up to 1800 cc, all this in a very light package of 3.1 pounds package measuring only 4.25″ Long x 3.0″ Wide x 5.0″ Tall.
This company designs and builds in the USA a full line of motorsports batteries using the best Power Cells and material available manufactured by the American based company who provides lithium batteries for Ford, GM, Toyota, Tesla just to name a few.
Antigravity Batteries claim that their batteries are: 1- The most powerful in the smallest, lightest package that is available today with sizes from 1/2 to 2/3rd smaller than a typical lead acid battery, yet putting out twice the cranking amps. 2- A dramatically better starting with a larger ignition spark due to the fact that the voltage stays much higher on the starting pulse than lead/acid batteries. 3- A much ligther weight, on average 75-80% lighter than the lead acid battery they replace.
These batteries are used by Professional Road Racers, Motocross, Car Race teams as well as CustomB builders, many of whom were competing this year in the Sturgis bike shows. Check out the complete line up of available batteries at Antigravity (http://antigravitybatteries.com/) Batteries


I found on their site, the list of batteries.
http://antigravitybatteries.com/?page_id=994

My only concern is what appears to be their top mount posts. otherwise, lighter with the same performence is great.

chopsmitty
09-10-2011, 05:32 AM
I looked at batteries specifically while at Sturgis. I didn't see this company anywhere.
Did see a few of these: http://www.tekbattery.com/
http://www.topspeed.com/motorcycles/motorcycle-news/lithium-ion-polymer-motorcycle-battery-ar28661.html

No way I'm buying their claims - It's not a lithium battery at that price!!
I might change my opinion if they buy me a 196" Derringer street engine by Hawaya Racing and give me a battery to test....

Nobody
09-11-2011, 06:08 AM
sealed battery? flip it on side and stash it in the primary.

Mudpuppy
09-21-2011, 10:49 AM
interesting.. if i ever ride my bike on the moon i will try it..