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    Think this battery would work?

    This looks like the bullet-proof answer to battery issues.

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    Wow that is an awesome battery, but has an awesome price right now.
    A few years down the road this might be affordable!!!

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    Cool Kurt. The LIPo (Lithium Ion Polymer0 has been used on a small scale in the hobby industry to power electric planes and helicopters for some time. Their performance-on battery-now rivals the R/C industry gas engines of old. This is the first I've seen in a battery this size. The bike in the video has an engine that, due to the compression, is incredibly hard to turn over. Very impressive
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    here is a thread about using one in a R1100S...on the market now

    http://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread....ht=Lithium+Ion
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