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Posted by mbagdon on April 20, 2009, 1:09 pm
 
On Apr 18, 7:27pm, bwilson4...@hotmail.com (Bob & Holly Wilson)
wrote:

How many do you need?  What is the difference between a NHW11 and a
NHW20?  What do you mean rule of thumb?  Are they based on dealer
quotes?

Posted by Was Istoben on April 20, 2009, 3:39 pm
 

On Apr 18, 7:27 pm, bwilson4...@hotmail.com (Bob & Holly Wilson)
wrote:

How many do you need?  What is the difference between a NHW11 and a
NHW20?  What do you mean rule of thumb?  Are they based on dealer
quotes?

Are you familiar with Google?  I used it to find a good price on the small
Prius battery and along the way stumbled upon a wide range of prices for the
traction battery.  Here is a new traction battery for $070.94.  Perhaps the
price is coming down simply because there hasn't been any demand.

http://tinyurl.com/cwbydo



Posted by Bob & Holly Wilson on April 22, 2009, 9:01 am
 

One traction battery consisting of 38 modules.


The NHW11 has 38 modules and the NHW20 has 28 modules. The NHW20 modules
are an improved version of the NHW11 but can not be mixed with the older
modules:

1) new NHW11 traction battery - $,900 (estimated) price based upon
posting of others.

2) used NHW11 traction battery - $00-1,000 based upon past prices
reported from salvage yards.

3) take 38 modules from two NHW20 traction batteries and replace the 38
modules in a failed NHW11 traction battery (EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUE) -
$00/each or $,000 total.


Prices others have posted in the past.


No, "rule of thumb."

Bob Wilson

Posted by GasSaver on April 23, 2009, 2:58 am
 

At OFS we make good use of regular battery, inexpensive approach but better
result.


Cheers,

GasSaver.

BTW - We already reached 90-mpg on converting Mercedes-Benz's any models
C220 - E320 to triple mileage with superior power. Thanks to our
Friction-2-Energy technology, it makes a big difference.
www.extra150miles.com



Posted by Was Istoben on April 23, 2009, 3:18 am
 

I'd like to read your patent on that, or at least the application.  Could
you give us the number?


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