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LITHIUM ION BATTERY JUMPER KIT

Discussion in 'Victory General Discussion' started by Snowman808, Nov 19, 2017.

  1. Snowman808

    Snowman808 Active Member

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    Any of you carrying one of these on your bike? Purchased one from Costco for $50. YouTube videos show Costco unit jump starting cars. Saw Witchdoctor selling similar product for motorcycles for $87 through recent 48-hour flash sale.
     
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    I keep the AntiGravity XP10 in my bike when on 1+ day trips but not while tooling around.
     
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    I too have an Anti-Gravity battery (XP-1). Started a JP half a dozen times during a 500 mile day group ride once.
     
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    I bought 2 and both were junk. One was a Stanley brand the other walmart...
     
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    AntiGravity XP10 is the one to get...
     
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    Buy cheap buy again. I work for towing company...after trying many brands, the one Snap-On sells has outlasted all. Don't know model number, but with 10 wreckers having them.... no problems and they are used almost daily. I know Snap-On over priced, but can't argue with results.
     
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    Not sure what brand mine is, but yes I carry one, along with a quart of ethanol free gasoline, in my saddle bag. Haven’t used it on my Magnum yet, but have used it on a couple bikes, the wife's Nissan Juke, and my RAM 1500. Works great and I wouldn’t be without it if I could help it. I haven’t broken the seal on the gas yet, but it’s suppose to be good for seven years if unopened, and I have pushed my Vegas a few times -_-
     
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    I carry the good ol' Mighty Max that is always advertised on TV when I take out the V92C. But I didn't buy it off of TV, I got it at Wal Mart for $54 on sale. Works great, never had a problem with it
     
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    I have one that is a rebadged something to "super Cheap Autos", SCA here and it has been with my last two bikes all the time, used it once with the Electra glide and three times on the Vic untill I bought a new battery for the CCT..... I travel with a tool roll and this little jumper whiz all the time whether it is just to the beach front or to the store or a 2000 km trip..... I also add two redi 1 gal plastic fuel containers to that when going a distance, one in each saddle bag...... I usually get to where ever the rest for the night is and then use the two cans the next morning and then look round for a servo that is right for my needs without fear of running out while looking round a strange place for possibly the cheapest rate for the fuel.... Fill the bike right up again and recharge the two REDI cans and away I go again till the next stop over or journey's end......
     
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    Yep. Antigravity is heavy weight champ. Will start any size gas engine & up to 7.3L diesels.
     
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    Since I take a lot of long trips I always carry these along. In over 5 years I have only used them once for someone in our group that left her aftermarket heated grips on and just last summer for some kid on a sport bike that left his key on over lunch.

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    They work very well. The XP 1started my Vegas without the battery in the bike.

    The XP 10 would be over kill but it's always better to have more than enough power.

    Just make sure you get the one with the good jumper cables. This is the upgraded set. Many of the 1st generation cables fried.

    Look at this on eBay Smart Clamps Use with Antigravity Batteries Micro Start XP-10 Replacement Cables | eBay
     
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    Good point on clips jmstang. Used older XP-10 once, worked fine on my 6.0L gas truck. I read The XP-10 HD carries 50amps more capacity and comes with newly designed heavier Duty cable clips.
     

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