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I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 29 2021 9:52pm
by eholden103
Hello, all. Is there anyone in WA. that can make me a 72v 40ah battery?

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 29 2021 10:44pm
by john61ct
Ask around local eBike shops for leads.

Choose and order the cells yourself if any doubt about the maker

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 29 2021 11:14pm
by markz
Save your money and buy a battery if such a 72V 40Ah beast exists from a reputable seller and the price :shock:

https://ebikes.ca - 72V 24Ah Rectangular Lithium Battery CAD$1,520.00

Unit Pack Power - UPP Customized 72V 30Ah eScooter Battery 20S12P 2160Wh... BMS: 60Amp continuous 180±10Amp maximum US $712.30 / piece - US $732.80 / piece

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 29 2021 11:24pm
by Chalo
eholden103 wrote:
Mar 29 2021 9:52pm
Hello, all. Is there anyone in WA. that can make me a 72v 40ah battery?
Participants in this forum are from all over the world. Some are surely from Western Australia. Do you see where I'm going with this?

As to your specific question, what's keeping you from putting on your big boy pants and building your own battery?

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 29 2021 11:26pm
by markz
Is it Western Australia or Washington State?
If the the first matey, for cells - https://ballaratebikes.com/collections/batteries
Cant find complete batteries in the few minutes I tried for WA matey.

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Mar 30 2021 12:45am
by tigcross
I second the Unit Pack Power answer. I have had a number of batteries made by them and they've been great. I'm actually running 72 V 40 AH, but in two 72V 20 AH packs. Splitting them up makes them easier to manage.
www.unitpackpower.com

Re: I need a 72v 40ah battery made. In WA.

Posted: Apr 25 2021 3:44pm
by PickSix
Looks like you’re in Washington state. There a couple reputable battery builders in the area , myself included. What are your battery size max dimensions?
What are your range requirements? These will
help figure out what cells to use and therefore a price.