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Old 01-31-2021, 09:47 AM   #1
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I have provided a comparison chart of the following (see pic) three popular lithium battery drop-in packs. I need electrical expertise in deciding which unit would be the best choice for a club car having an Alltax 48-400 and 22 inch tires. My FLA batteries are limping along. Some of the specs have question marks which could be answered by someone with these units. Please fill free to question or comment.
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Old 01-31-2021, 10:57 AM   #2
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I have provided a comparison chart of the following (see pic) three popular lithium battery drop-in packs. I need electrical expertise in deciding which unit would be the best choice for a club car having an Alltax 48-400 and 22 inch tires. My FLA batteries are limping along. Some of the specs have question marks which could be answered by someone with these units. Please fill free to question or comment.
You had a question mark by the charger:

The RoyPow charger that came with the 105ah battery I had was a 22 amp unit (that did indeed charge at 22amps), so 4.5 hours max for complete charge.

The OEM for this charger does a very good job IMO. I spec'd the same for my current 72v battery. Have a 13.5a and a 20a (max on a 120v ac circuit) version - both of these and the one that came with the RoyPow have been solid. Very well made for hopefully safer and more reliable long term use IMO, which I think is in contrast to the ~$100 stuff you see on Amazon or eBay.
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Old 01-31-2021, 12:03 PM   #3
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This is great chart, how about a line for MSrP? That would have helped me a lot when I was making my decision.
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Old 01-31-2021, 01:37 PM   #4
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This is a great summary. Wish I had it a couple weeks ago!

Is it worth adding the drop in battery replacements like Allied, ChargeX? They don't seem to be competitively priced to the larger cells, but are the first things that come up when Googling.
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Old 01-31-2021, 04:57 PM   #5
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This is great chart, how about a line for MSrP? That would have helped me a lot when I was making my decision.
I can update the chart, if someone can provide the information. I have updated the Roypow charger info and reposted here. I can also provide a line for the MAP "minimum advertised price" if provided by the sponsors and/or members.
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Old 01-31-2021, 05:12 PM   #6
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Here are the technical specs for Allied:
https://alliedlithium.com/pages/tech...specifications

The price is $875 per 30ah, or $2625 for 90ah. Charger is an additional $295
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Old 02-04-2021, 04:37 PM   #7
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This is great chart, how about a line for MSrP? That would have helped me a lot when I was making my decision.
Added the MAP line for pricing and the Allied battery. I selected the Roypow today because I found a local Yamaha dealer to provide and install Roypow S51105 for $2095 plus tax = $2273.43. The dealer kept the 4+ year old ERIC charger and 6ea - 8V batteries which I would need to sell anyway. Promise date tomorrow for pickup. I will update the forum on results.
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Added the MAP line for pricing and the Allied battery. I selected the Roypow today because I found a local Yamaha dealer to provide and install Roypow S51105 for $2095 plus tax = $2273.43. The dealer kept the 4+ year old ERIC charger and 6ea - 8V batteries which I would need to sell anyway. Promise date tomorrow for pickup. I will update the forum on results.
Thanks for the summary and congrats on the battery. I'm still waiting for my Extreme Team (and Navitas AC kit), probably for a couple more weeks.

Look forward to a report and pics!
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I have dealt with allied and they aren't quite what they are cracked up to be.
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There is also ReLion, but at $1300/30Ah it's even more expensive than Alliance.

https://relionbattery.com/products/l...nsight-gc2-48v
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