They are great, as long as you know what you are doing and don't buy cheap! They require a bespoke charger designed for lithium batteries (don't buy cheap copies). It goes through various health checks before charging. Best. You can use a standard charger if it doesn't have a de-sulphate mode, but you won't get a full charge (13.2 rather than 13.8v) or health checks. Original car charging system works fine.Tell me about lithium batteries, can you use a conventional charger on them? Does the stock charge system in car work ok or does it need to be modified to make it work?
Hang on until next spring Plan is to get out to a private test day at Santa Pod. This removes hours of queuing for, if lucky, 3-4 runs in a day. Numbers are limited so you can almost go round and round as a lot of tinkering is done between runs by most cars. Costs around £100 but well worth it.Good to see you back on the job tinkering away with your enviable skill set and your obsession with lightening everything. Hopefully I will live long enough to see the worlds fastest and lightest Lotus set new records.
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