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We really appreciate the valuable feed back we receive from all of our customers.

"Hi, Thanks for the usual quick dispatch of both my recent Ultrabatt orders. The great thing about the Ultrabatt system has to be like when finding that a 3 x blade unit, despite the initial belief that it should have had enough kahunas to turn over my Ducati Darmah motor, but didn't. I just had to order another single blade to clip alongside the other 3 and not a whole other complete larger capacity battery! I now have a battery that's a match for the truck-sized Bosch starter motor but is still smaller in total dimensions than my previous lesser capacity 'other brand' Lithium Iron battery! Cheers."
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26/07/17

We really appreciate the valuable feed back we receive from all of our customers.

Hi, Thanks for the usual quick dispatch of both my recent Ultrabatt orders. The great thing about the Ultrabatt system has to be like when finding that a 3 x blade unit, despite the initial belief that it should have had enough kahunas to turn over my Ducati Darmah motor, but didnt. I just had to order another single blade to clip alongside the other 3 and not a whole other complete larger capacity battery! I now have a battery thats a match for the truck-sized Bosch starter motor but is still smaller in total dimensions than my previous lesser capacity other brand Lithium Iron battery! Cheers.

Very good simple but detailed explanation of how LiFePO4 batteries work. Well worth a cup of coffee.A nice overview of the basics of how a LiFePO4 battery works. ... See MoreSee Less

15/07/17

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Some more great customer feed back.....

"Probably 30% of the weight of the old one which protruded a lot further above the battery box. Bit of a joke saving weight on this old bus. I was more after reliability and more cranking for the size. Be brilliant for the race bike too!"
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28/06/17

Some more great customer feed back.....

Probably 30% of the weight of the old one which protruded a lot further above the battery box. Bit of a joke saving weight on this old bus. I was more after reliability and more cranking for the size. Be brilliant for the race bike too!

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Always loved this model.

A bit of buzz to sell some Ultrabatt batteries to one of the guys working at a top Formula 1 Team (who we can't of course mention - but the image is a hint) for his classic motorbike. ... See MoreSee Less

27/06/17

A bit of buzz to sell some Ultrabatt batteries to one of the guys working at a top Formula 1 Team (who we cant of course mention - but the image is a hint) for his classic motorbike.
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Some pics of Tim Barnes amazing bike fitted with one of our Ultrabatt feather weight lithium batteries a FastBikeGear Spark Italia slipon, and a DucaBike step adjustable slipper clutches also from FastBikeGear. Tim many thanks for putting our stickers on your bike! ... See MoreSee Less

18/10/16

Some pics of Tim Barnes amazing bike fitted with one of our Ultrabatt feather weight lithium batteries a FastBikeGear Spark Italia slipon, and a DucaBike step adjustable slipper clutches also from FastBikeGear. Tim many thanks for putting our stickers on your bike!

Putting size and weight in perspective. Typically 1/4 the weight and 1/2 the size of a legacy lead battery. ... See MoreSee Less

10/10/16

Putting size and weight in perspective. Typically 1/4 the weight and 1/2 the size of a legacy lead battery.

Quite a few of the bucket racers in New Zealand (including Aaron Hassan #63) are now running Ultrabatt feather light lithium batteries in a class of racing where pairing weight saves real dividends. The fastest bikes weigh under 80kgs in this class now. ... See MoreSee Less

10/10/16

Quite a few of the bucket racers in New Zealand (including Aaron Hassan #63) are now running Ultrabatt feather light lithium batteries in a class of racing where pairing weight saves real dividends. The fastest bikes weigh under 80kgs in this class now.
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Ultrabatt sponsored and equipped university of Canterbury Formula SAE team car going through scrutineering at Calder Park Raceway in Australia. ... See MoreSee Less

29/09/16

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Graph prepared from respective manufacturer's published specifications. This graph was done by the University of Cangterbury engineering team to evaluate both brands for use in their Formula SAE car. ... See MoreSee Less

29/09/16

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FastBikGear NZ: Stuck another featherweight long life lithium battery in a Panigale yesterday. Should pretty much last the commercial life of the bike (10 Years). Very nice fit. As you can see from the weights on the scales saved 1.6Kgs as well! Cheapest way to loose weight from a bike! ... See MoreSee Less

28/09/16

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Thanks Liam for the new battery. Bullet proof & the bike seems to be running better with it. ... See MoreSee Less

22/09/16

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Many thanks Darren for the positive feed back. Much appreciated. But I am not sure you should be giving away speed secrets! Every little competitive advantage counts. Even if is just saving a kilogram or two.

We arrived on the route of the Czech Republic most with the whole team of kippax racing team on Thursday night.
The morning of Friday, announced new moog analog is complicated, because I didn't know the circuit and I only have a little experience with my new Kawasaki ZX10R. The 3 practice sessions of 20 minutes before I started for the 1st heat were not not sufficient to dlearn a new track.

Despite an improvement from 1 to 2 seconds to turn at every exit on track, I'm still very far off the best time. So I decided to treat Q1 as a test session.

On Saturday morning I qualify in 12 position in Qq

At the start of race 1 I manage to get into 5th position by the exit of of the 1st turn. I quickly get past by 3 faster riders and finish in 8th place over all and 7th in the SuperStock 1000 class.

On Saturday afternoon I allso do an endurance race with Steve D'Elia on the Kippax racing SuperStock 600, the goal being to get as much experience on the track as possible before the second SuperStock 1000 race. We started in 10th place on the grid and finish in 7th after 2 hours of racing.

Race 2 SuperStock 1000 on Sunday morning: After an encouraging warmup on Sunday morning, I managed to take a good start in the race and get into 7th place exiting the 1st corner.

Helped by the endurance race of the day before, I was able to change my lines and be a second faster per lap than in race 1. I can even gain a little ground on the rider of the front. Unfortunately, after only 3 laps of the race, the screws in the support of my steering damper breaks. This forces me to reduce the speed.

I manage to pass another rider in the penultimate lap of the race to finish in 8th place overalll and 7th in the SuperStock 1000 class which put me in 7th place overall for the weekend.

The sensations from the new bike are starting to be very good and I am learning how to get the best out of it helped by the electrionics. We are now heading in the right direction.

The rest of the championship should go better because I've am already familiar with most of the remaining circuits. Despite results not meeting my expectations up to now, I'm finally very satisfied with the weekend. I want to thank all my sponsors and partners who helped me put this whole season in place. A huge thanks to Kippax Performance, Ultrabatt lithium batteries, EaxziGrip tank grip, Hel Performance braided brake lines, Kawasaki Schweiz, rgboutique.ch, Moto Furia Suzuki ExclusifLausanne, dupasquier bikes, to the Carrosserie Autos-Motos Passion, Freidig Moto-Active GmbH and motorcycle eleven, To Noline, Etikpub, TK Dischi Freno, HM Quickshifter UK Ltd, BITUBO RACE SUSPENSION, Dunlop, easigrip, Pro-Bolt Switzerland, KIWI HELMETS and of course, has my brother Joel Luthi.
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10/05/16

We arrived on the route of the Czech Republic most with the whole team of kippax racing team on Thursday night.
The morning of Friday, announced new moog analog is complicated, because I didnt know the circuit and I only have a little experience with my new Kawasaki ZX10R. The 3 practice sessions of 20 minutes before I started for the 1st heat were not not sufficient to dlearn a new track. 

Despite an improvement from 1 to 2 seconds to turn at every exit on track, Im still very far off the best time. So I decided to treat Q1 as a test session. 

On Saturday morning I qualify in 12 position in Qq

At the start of race 1 I manage to get into 5th position by the exit of of the 1st turn. I quickly get past by 3 faster riders and finish in 8th place over all and 7th in the SuperStock 1000 class.

On Saturday afternoon I allso do an endurance race with Steve DElia on the Kippax racing SuperStock 600, the goal being to get as much experience on the track as possible before the second SuperStock 1000 race. We started in 10th place on the grid and finish in 7th after 2 hours of racing.
 
Race 2 SuperStock 1000 on Sunday morning: After an encouraging warmup on Sunday morning,  I managed to take a good start in the race and get into 7th place exiting the 1st corner.

Helped by the endurance race of the day before, I was able to change my lines and be a second faster per lap than in race 1.  I can even gain a little ground on the rider of the front. Unfortunately, after only 3 laps of the race, the screws in the support of my steering damper breaks. This forces me to reduce the speed.

I manage to pass another rider in the penultimate lap of the race to finish in 8th place overalll and 7th in the SuperStock 1000 class which put me in 7th place overall for the weekend.

The sensations from the new bike are starting to be very good and I am learning how to get the best out of it helped by the electrionics. We are now heading in the right direction. 

The rest of the championship should go better because Ive am already familiar with most of the remaining circuits. Despite results not meeting my expectations up to now, Im finally very satisfied with the weekend. I want to thank all my sponsors and partners who helped me put this whole season in place. A huge thanks to Kippax Performance, Ultrabatt lithium batteries, EaxziGrip tank grip, Hel Performance braided brake lines, Kawasaki Schweiz, rgboutique.ch, Moto Furia Suzuki ExclusifLausanne, dupasquier bikes, to the Carrosserie Autos-Motos Passion, Freidig Moto-Active GmbH and motorcycle eleven, To Noline, Etikpub, TK Dischi Freno, HM Quickshifter UK Ltd, BITUBO RACE SUSPENSION, Dunlop, easigrip, Pro-Bolt Switzerland, KIWI HELMETS and of course, has my brother Joel Luthi.
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We really appreciate the valuable feed back we receive from all of our customers.

"Hi, Thanks for the usual quick dispatch of both my recent Ultrabatt orders. The great thing about the Ultrabatt system has to be like when finding that a 3 x blade unit, despite the initial belief that it should have had enough kahunas to turn over my Ducati Darmah motor, but didn't. I just had to order another single blade to clip alongside the other 3 and not a whole other complete larger capacity battery! I now have a battery that's a match for the truck-sized Bosch starter motor but is still smaller in total dimensions than my previous lesser capacity 'other brand' Lithium Iron battery! Cheers."
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Very good simple but detailed explanation of how LiFePO4 batteries work. Well worth a cup of coffee. ... See MoreSee Less

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