Who is succesfully running Braille B129 or Deka ETX12 Battery?

Discussion in 'Jetski Tech/Help' started by Splitty, Aug 21, 2014.

  1. Splitty

    Splitty Active Member

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    Just wondering how those running the B129 and ETX12 batteries are going with them, from discussions I have had with suppliers they have suggest I do nut run either of these batteries, however I am sure many skis are running these with no issues.

    Keen to hear your comments.

    Cheers,

    Todd
     
  2. Benny

    Benny Member

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    Ran a Braille B129 Battery for two/three no worries. Best battery I've had IMO.
     
  3. Splitty

    Splitty Active Member

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    And you just slapped it in Benny? Didn't try and seal it up or anything special?
     
  4. link

    link Active Member

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    Use the B106 all the time and the B2015 in my own Taxi, sorry ski.....

    EXT12 's too put them in and go.

    Batteries direct.com
     
  5. jet_tech_industries

    jet_tech_industries Active Member

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    I'm running a etx12. No problem at all.
     
  6. Splitty

    Splitty Active Member

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    Sweet.

    Thanks for the feedback!!

    Todd
     
  7. Splitty

    Splitty Active Member

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    And as it turns out the B129 and EXT12 are the same battery out of the same factory just wearing different stickers.
     
  8. Octane Mark

    Octane Mark Active Member

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    Running TL, ETX12 sweet as, does about 75 -90 min befor it starts wind low. ETX14 120-140+Min, just got a earthX lifepo...... Yet to install. Lifepo batteries defiantly give a clean crisp feal to response IMO.
     
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