Throw out your Dangerous Jumper Cables – Replace them with a portable lithium starter – Cars, trucks, Boats, Motorcycles
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I have one. It's Awesome. Love it!!!
A better test would have been trying to jump Different 🚗s with diff types of engines. Ex: 4cl 6cl V8, etc. It would have started 2 Max.
This guy is clueless don’t following what this guy is saying . He will seriously damage someone’s electrical system.
This is Great. I save many cars from dead battery with this GB40. In my country, people like to use 3.0 diesel truck. For me I have Ford Ranger 3.2 and it just need 1 time to jump start with Noco GB40. Another brands are junk, especially Chinese..one. . I was using few of them, they dont have enough power to start big diesel truck, 2.2 – 2.5 hard to jump, for 3.0 or 3.2, it did nothing.
why would you disconnect the battery? even if you managed to start the vehicle it would turn off immediately when you try to hook the battery up due to not having a continuity
Why did you remove the leadacid battery from the circuit.????
Your door left open over night that usually means some broke into your car not a dead battery lol
what the fuck is that thing?
You are a F%^K#$G idiot. Connect the battery , moron. Follow the instructions; don't be an illiterate jerk. How much is NOCO paying you to be a deceptive A$$h01e?
your door was found open, hmm Maybee dirty mike and the boys were having sex in your vehicle. they say it will happen AGAIN………..QOUTE FROM THE OTHER GUYS!
he keeps on saying "nogo" its actually "noco" dumb ass
I can't wrap my head around NOCO's amp claim. They state it has a rating of 7000 Joules for 3 seconds, that's ~2333 watts (from their website "A lithium battery jump starter rated at 1,000 Amps (7,000 Joules3S)"). at 14.5 volts (you wouldn't want to hook it up to a car battery at any higher voltage than than), that's only 160 amps current. Even if we give them the benefit of the doubt and say it can deliver all 7000 Joules in a second that's still only 482 amps at 14.5 volts. If we solve for volts with 1000 amps thats a useless 2.33 volts. Maybe that's the pack voltage before its stepped up to 14 volts? in an event, you are not getting anywhere close to 1000 amps to the battery.
The directions say to let it cool down for 2 minutes after 3 tries.
You shouldn't disconnect the battery and. it's not a truck.
NO JOKE… I got ONE Boost on my 2.5L 2001 Subaru Outback then had to recharge it, Subaru stalled moving would not Boost again had to start the truck NOV -2 outside… I've boosted about 5 vehicles in the last 2 weeks and keep it fully charged WORKED GREAT ON ONE BOOST… SO… did I get a LEMON … 1 BOOST ??? BOX says 20 BOOSTS per charge LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL Thats the JOKE
Hi, I have two questions. You unit go to solid green and off all 25, 50 and 75% when fully charge? And what voltage do you read on bypass(manual overpass) when unit is fully charged? Thanks a lot.
I wish you showed the battery level on both. what guaranties that the first unit was fully charged?
Does your car keep running? Does this actually charge the battery?
you had your headlights on btw……
I just tried twice to start my 2007 Ford Escape using the GB40 booster and it didn't work on my vehicle. The lights on the boaster is working fine, but I get no action when connected to the battery and try starting the vehicle. I tried using the internet address in the user manual to contact the company and it is fake, or someone left out part of it in that manual. I will try something else before getting another battery and wish I knew where the cables are for my other boaster which I got about 5 years ago. I knew it worked and I used it to start some other vehicles other than mine.
Dude it's not a truck.
Once a car has been started and/or warm. it will usually start easier the following starts. But testing on a stone cold engine to run a test could take days. Very interesting on the 400A. After the engine is warmed up, the 400A jumper might work.
I have the Noco GB 40 and it’s awesome.
I do jump starting for a living with a properly modified truck. Twice, I have had different customers call me for a jump after the precious GB40 they keep in the trunk for emergencies failed to start their 4cyl car. I double checked and the GBs were, indeed, fully charged. This isnt a review or complaint btw, I just know they're good for my business because they don't work when they're need the most. Keep buying them and pay the jump start guy anyways. Cheers!
"BIG" 6 cylinder? This guy would crap his pants if he ever found out that there are V8 engines in cars and trucks.
Excuse me…..where is the truck?
Useless review by a clueless person
This guy has NOT read the manual ! Kids , always read the manual. RTM .
You did not show if the battery as reconnected or not when using the NOCO. That copuld have made the difference.
haha i had the gb40 and my alternaitor died so then i had to keep driving home and my battry finally died, so i jump started it with the gb40l a few times until the battery wqas dead…so i jusst left the gb40 hooked up and drove it a mile to make it home wow now that was impressive
Geez you Americans are fucking stupid.
I wonder if i can build one using LiFePO4 batteries instead. Not sure LiOn is safe.
I am betting you are a republican. Fucken idiot
Car… truck… car….truck… car… truck????? To me it's a normal SUV… so where is the truck ? LOL
way to much talking
that price you pay for..
It’s not a truck it’s a fucking mommy missile for dumb ass soccer moms who can’t drive worth a fucking shit!!!!!
Nice but maybe
And the same time interesting……👍🏻
What happened to the truck? Where was the truck? I didn't see no truck. 🤔
Thank you for the review. This was helpful.
that 1st try was a bad connection and of course if it fired up once its gonna fire up again and you also should of kept it running and let the alternater do its job
nice couple lookin friends you have there
This guy is going to destroy everything he touches.
GB40 IS THE BEST started my BMW WITH NO PROBLEM.
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