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Old 10 September 2013, 14:12   #1
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Bravo high pressure battery pump

Looking for one of the battery pumps to inflate to 11.4psi for the Aerotec floor.

Anyone looking to sell, or point me in direction of a vendor who has them in stock?

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Old 10 September 2013, 14:30   #2
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Here you go:
http://www.rib-shop.com/prodtype.asp...k=yes&PT_ID=22
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If you are not aware, the battery versions were/are based on standard 7.5ah 12v seal gel lead acid batteries that are widely avail about for 20 or so.

I got a battery version and this battery is held within a double skinned base. I paid about 30 premium over the non battery version which was worth it for a convenient all-in-one unit. However, i have seen some battery options for significantly more, so a DIY option may be a very economical alternative.
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They do them on ebay...

BRAVO SUPERTURBO 12HP ELECTRIC PUMP 12V HIGH PRESSURE 11.7 PSI INFLATABLE RIB | eBay

Although you have to connect this one to your car battery.
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They do them on ebay...

BRAVO SUPERTURBO 12HP ELECTRIC PUMP 12V HIGH PRESSURE 11.7 PSI INFLATABLE RIB | eBay

Although you have to connect this one to your car battery.
Key when doing this is don't leave your headlights and radio on while pumping up the boat.....or you never hear the end of it...
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Key when doing this is don't leave your headlights and radio on while pumping up the boat.....or you never hear the end of it...
Yep don't worry I hadn't forgot!
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this is what I'm after

Bravo BST 12 with rechargeable battery for inflatable boats, dinghy and RIBs

Does anyone have experience of this Polymarinshop.com? - I've never used them.

Or better still - Keiran have you got any of these - I couldn't see them on your site.
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this is what I'm after

Bravo BST 12 with rechargeable battery for inflatable boats, dinghy and RIBs

Does anyone have experience of this Polymarinshop.com? - I've never used them.

Or better still - Keiran have you got any of these - I couldn't see them on your site.
No, we no longer stock the BST due to reliability issues.
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Nowhere on that link can I see reference to it being the HP version that you are looking for.

There is a newer version out now.

Give Pacer Marine a call, not everything is on their website. I got my BST 12 HP Batt from there within the last year, for less than the price of the (non HP?) you linked to.

As I said earlier, inside that black box that is screwed to the base, is simply a 7ah gel battery which is simply connected to shortened version of the croc clip wires of the non battery version. For 20 and couple of spade connectors, you can convert non batt version to batt version.
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Ian - at the bottom in the details section it talks about 11.4psi.

I'll try Pacer today.
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