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Re: Battery regulations

Post by tcc21racing » Wed Feb 02, 2011 11:20 pm

mmm pc680 power!!!

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Re: Battery regulations

Post by Thor » Thu Feb 03, 2011 6:21 am

I have a gel battery and its also in a box
Looks neater
protects it from the elements
Doubles as a seat for the kids when they come for a ride in the paddock area or on the driveway
Reduces risk of shorting to the body/chassis of the car with a stray screwdriver etc
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Re: Battery regulations

Post by dw » Thu Feb 03, 2011 4:50 pm

If you've got any 'problems' over technical issues, such as this one about boxing or not for gel batteries] don't forget we've got a MSA Scrutineer within FDMC - Jim Morris. Rather than post his phone number please pm me if you need it.

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Re: Battery regulations

Post by cartledge_uk » Thu Feb 03, 2011 5:47 pm

dw wrote:If you've got any 'problems' over technical issues, such as this one about boxing or not for gel batteries] don't forget we've got a MSA Scrutineer within FDMC - Jim Morris. Rather than post his phone number please pm me if you need it.

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Thank you, that was my hope from this thread to find out officially.

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