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for 12v vehicles that NEED to be upgraded to 18v
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By ImaDoit
#145904
I just bought replacement batteries for my daughters Frozen Jeep. Currently, it's a stock power wheels battery with a 6v tied to it. I bought a new 12 and 6v battery. Both are 12ah.

I noticed she would only get about an hour of drive time before it started slowing down drastically. So, I figured one, or both, batteries were at the end of useful life.

I have stock motors at this point (likely upgrading to 775s in the near future). So, for those with similar setups, what is your run time on a full charge?

I do have lights and a radio, but, that's on a separate 12v. Only drive power is on these batteries.
#145908
No 2 experiences will be the same!

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Skinny/fat driver
Grass/pavement
Mods......
That's an unanswerable question!

40 lb 4 year old
Brute Force quad, 21T, 75% flat pavement, towing trailer, tricycle and plasma car, carrying along enough snacks for an army company
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