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    Its a good guess. I don't think there are very many pouch cells to choose from. Kokam, A123, EIG, who am I forgetting?

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    yeah, but aren't A123 still lifepo4?
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    Quote Originally Posted by harlan View Post
    Its a good guess. I don't think there are very many pouch cells to choose from. Kokam, A123, EIG, who am I forgetting?
    Would pouch batteries from Leyden make your list? http://www.leydenenergy.com/index.php?page=pouch

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    Yea certainly any pouch is possible. I just only know of 1 pouch cell that is 30Ah in a 1p configuration. ie Kokam
    Whats under my tank may shock you!!! R6 Build, Blog/, [/URL] OSU Current webpage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuts & Volts View Post
    Yea certainly any pouch is possible. I just only know of 1 pouch cell that is 30Ah in a 1p configuration. ie Kokam
    Does it specifically say they're 1P? Not that I'm doubting it, but it's as easy to say 30Ah to cover the configuration of cells as it is an individual cell.

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    no but i have seen it stated that the bike has 102 cells and 30AH. So 1p is 102 cells*3.7V*30Ah = 11322 Wh or 11.3 Kwh nominal. So it depends if he has 102 cells total or just 102 blocks of cells in parallel. The sources i have seen make it sound like 102 cells

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    I bave no doubt that they're running a very high voltage on this, the controller and motor are over 300V IIRC.....
    Travis

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    Right off charge we are sitting at 420v.

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    Skadamo tracked the batteries down. Chip says they're "NASA space batteries...the best you can get." See this post about 1:30 into the video.

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    i can haz nasa space batteriez?

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