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Just wanted to see if you guys have seen these batteries, or maybe some of you are running them. Trying to get some feedback as to durability of them, what glitches or problems anyone seems to have.

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"NRG-CELL batteries will save an unbelievable amount of size and weight under the hood of any car! Measuring a mere 3.25" wide, 6.875" long, and 5" tall, and weighing in at a paltry 11.5 lbs, this battery wants a home in every race or sports car. The NRG-CELL battery is a totally sealed 12-volt dry-cell lead-acid battery. one NRG-CELL battery will start any 4-cylinder, most 6-cylinder, and many 8-cylinder vehicles easily numerous times successively as it provides a full 440 Hot Cranking Amps."
 

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I don't know much about batteries but I think this one is pretty much for track cars to save weight. 440 hot cranking amps? I always heard of cold cranking amps, so this leads me to believe it is not good to have in colder climates. Definatly a nice savings in weight.
 

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Have you look into this? It might give you some insights.
 
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