Wow, great news!
As much as I appreciate you guys pushing the envelope on Lipo's, I can't help but thinking that when I will soon be replacing my NiMh's, I should be stocking up on A123's, not Lipo's. Why does almost "nothing" seem to happen to this A123-technology that allegedly has none of the disadvantages of the lipo, but all the advantages and then some? I run 1:10 electric onroad cars and would very much like to see people opening their eyes to the a123 type, but that will never happen as long as the shops and manufacturers start providing the goods, right?
I am posting this here in the MaxAmps section because I am a satisfied customer, and since you already offer some a123 packs on your website. A123racing seems pretty dead, both their site and their response in this forum, so I have much more faith in you guys pulling through some good deals and products based on the a123 technology. Now, I tried to search this MaxAmps section for "a123" but no results - are there really no people interested? Everyone I talk to, everyone I show [link=http://www.sincityjets.com/batteries/a123info.html]this list[/link] to seems to be convinced pretty fast, and the next logical question is: "where can I get them"... and its not fun to have to reply "I'm really not sure". I would like to be able to refer them to your site, so please let me know, do you have any plans of expanding your offer of available a123-packs? Specifically the 2S2P, as powerful as possible and still fit in a touring chassis? And the best thing about a123 in my opinion is the ~10 min charge time, are you offering or planning to offer a charger that will deliver the amps to match the sonic charger?
If you will not be trying to get the a123-market going, I would appreciate a couple of hints as to why that is - as I am pretty convinced the demand will be there when people learn about what this is and what it can do. Thanks in advance for any time taken to clarify a couple of these things!