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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby DJ Q » March 4th, 2011, 9:30 am

5forward wrote:^SPV35 it is then! I dont mind payin the price,jus wanted to know why the change.I dont have a heavy system either(single 5 channel amp:2 6" & 1 10").I wana be able to do the same thing(moderate volume)an start normal after.But how often do u do this with the car off?


Just to clarify: moderate volume does not mean you can hear it a corner away rather than two blocks away. I can't remember whether I bought the 35 or the 44... will have to double check.

I don't do this very often... probably when I'm cleaning out the cars in the yard or maybe when we're just hanging around the cars or something. I don't recommend you buy it for this sole purpose as the battery was designed to be charged while dispensing a lot of power.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby 5forward » March 4th, 2011, 9:33 am

Thats good enough for me.Dude,we kinda on d same page.I jus wana hear a lil ting like when i cleanin d car.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby altec » March 4th, 2011, 2:06 pm

ive got one and there are signs of leakage around the negative terminal. Battery is used in a car with small system. I cleaned it with baking soda and monitoring it for now. Battery was run down once recently and recharged in the car.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby 5forward » March 4th, 2011, 2:52 pm

Ill try to convince my dad for me to purchase ah xs d975 instead (he might not want d allen key terminal though)...if not,ill get the SPV35.Thanks for the info guys.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby dipsomaniac » March 16th, 2011, 2:12 pm

Sry for never posting a review.

But it's been over 3yrs and my stinger batt is still going strong. I don't have any music in my car atm but when i did have i never had any issues with the stinger, and it reduced my headlight dimming alot.

I never tried any other brands, so i can't really compare it to an optima etc but it was a huge upgrade over the stock battery.
IMO it was well worth the money, thanx Casper.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby westaudio » April 18th, 2019, 3:05 am

kurpal_v2 wrote:Whoohoo!!!


Make sure and top up the water in your drycells for maximum 5yrs of service eh fellas!!!
Top up ? how do you do that on a drycell battery.

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Re: Product Review - Stinger Battery

Postby casper » May 15th, 2019, 9:52 am

man revived an 8 year old thread yes

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