Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

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ebikenoob
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Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by ebikenoob » Jan 16, 2018 10:43 am

Hey everybody,

I'm looking for anybody interested in purchasing new cells. I am looking to build a few packs, maybe you are too. Most bulk quantity sellers give a discount on larger orders so might as well do a group buy. If you have any suggestions as to which seller and cells to buy, please post them. Thanks and have a great day!!!

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by Jamzz » Jan 18, 2018 12:38 am

If the price is right, I would be interested. I've been trying to figure out a place where to purchase cells or just go back to HK Lipo....

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by cheetahgod » Jan 18, 2018 2:26 am

Im in for a group buy

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by cheetahgod » Jan 18, 2018 2:27 am

Are you guys in the us?

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by Jamzz » Jan 18, 2018 6:42 pm

yup, El Paso, TX

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by RootedSuperuser » Jan 28, 2018 4:17 pm

Jamzz wrote:
Jan 18, 2018 6:42 pm
yup, El Paso, TX
Texas distributor: http://edisonmotors.net/shop/category/batteries-7
Close to home for you.

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by Jamzz » Jan 28, 2018 10:30 pm

RootedSuperuser wrote:
Jan 28, 2018 4:17 pm
Jamzz wrote:
Jan 18, 2018 6:42 pm
yup, El Paso, TX
Texas distributor: http://edisonmotors.net/shop/category/batteries-7
Close to home for you.
Have any experience with them? Prices look interesting for tesla cells. About $5.39 per cell. I was looking at Vruzend.com and they have some pretty good new cells for about half that.

Edit: OK. Not half the price... but at the time of this post... $3.75 - $4.90 per cell, for brand new cells plus shipping.

If I do end up ordering 18650's I'm leaning toward the LG MJ1 3500 mAh

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by nifty150 » Feb 04, 2018 12:43 pm

Are tesla cells significantly better than on brand low cost 18650 cells?

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Re: Group Buy New samsung 33G high energy cells

Post by RootedSuperuser » Feb 04, 2018 2:03 pm

I purchased a module from a 90D, shipped to Canada, recieved 100% OK. He only has loose cells now from the 90D pod, FU**ING FANTASTIC CELLS!
I built my 1st pack with them in May 2017, put 3603km on it to Dec 3rd (29 weeks) when I crashed and broke my wrist in 2 places.
I have experienced 0 degradation in the cells, no loss in capacity and actually increased the rang when I dropped the bottom cutoff to 2.5V.
TESLA cells are rated as a 2000 duty cycle cell, DEPENDING ON HOW YOU TREAT THEM. You must used proper charge conditioning for the cells as TESLA does to get the long term use out of them. The cell are the NCA chemistry, one of the most stable and shock/vibration resistant cells made.

TESLA has a smart charger built into the pods circuitry (pod has 16 modules, 1 module has 444 cells):
Charge 9x to 90% (3.9v).
Charge 1x to 100% (4.2v), discharge to 2.8 - 2.5v.
Charge to 9x to 80%.

I charged 7-10 times per week.
29 weeks x 10 charges per week = 300 charges max.
29 weeks = 1 riding season.
2000/300 = 6.66 riding seasons.

I'm riding a FS MTB with the LUNA 1500w BBSHD, I don't think the bike will last that long because of the way I ride and most probably it will get stolen long before the battery craps out.
So, are these good cells?, Good enough for me as the $$$ dollar cost breakdown is much more attractive than a cell that lasts 500 charges..........

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