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#148193
The link you sent was to multiple batteries but regardless of which one you choose all will work fine. I personally have a 12V 18Ah SLA in our Lightening McQueen so you can go with an even larger capacity than the ones from the link you provided. My son used his LM on Halloween and drove it over a mile with no slowdown. A mile in a suburb took a couple hours to get through when you factor in the constant starts and stops.
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By Glenn
#148199
Thanks,I will eventually upgrade to higher voltage as he gets older,he's only 2 so need him to get used to it first,want to have a spare battery that's always ready to go so if it runs out he doesn't have to wait for recharging the one in it
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