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50 amp lithium batteries #14377916 05/26/22 07:28 PM
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Would 2 50 amp lithium batteries run a 24 volt ultrex average fishing day. Tks Popparon


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Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14377921 05/26/22 07:33 PM
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Yes

Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14377934 05/26/22 07:48 PM
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Yep. Especially if you pair them with a power pole charge.


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Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14378049 05/26/22 09:38 PM
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Yes, no problem... Dan


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Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14378086 05/26/22 10:19 PM
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Yes, I am running a set of 54 AH with a Garmin Force (24V) & talon hooked to the 12v side. No problems on heavy wind days.

Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14378213 05/27/22 01:17 AM
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I run two 100ah lithiums. I have been really torturing them, and the lowest I have seen then was 66 % for the day. Using 24v ultrex. If you want some security bump it up. I went with Eg4 100ah 550$ each and i can go two 12 hr days without charging, and still have extra. I used to start up the motor moving short distances, but now i just use the TM. Removed 75lb wet cells, and installed 22lb 100ah batteries, was really a Surprise...

Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14378494 05/27/22 01:59 PM
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Buddy of mine has two 50ah Ionics on his Ultrex. After fishing Amistad in the wind he was wishing he'd got bigger batteries.

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If you fish all day in wind or weeds with an Ultrex you will want bigger than 50. I had two 50ah on an Ultrex and have killed them twice before I was done fishing. Usually they last but are very low when you check the percentages at the end of the day. The Ultrex sucks a lot of power compared to the new brushless Garmin and Lowrance motors. I ended up buying two 100ah to replace them and wish I had gone with them to begin with.

Re: 50 amp lithium batteries [Re: popparon] #14379584 05/28/22 10:02 PM
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I have 50 ah ionics and haven’t used 50% on a tournament day yet

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