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Kevin Dixon Battery Reconditioning Report Review

If you own a [tag-tec]homemade electric car[/tag-tec], one of your major cost would be the battery units. An average sedan electric vehicle (EV) would need 10 to 15 units of battery.

To save cost, most EV conversion manuals suggest to use weaken or dead lead acid batteries. If the battery is dead, how do you bring it back to life? This is where the reconditioning process comes in.

When a battery is dead, it is not dead per se. There is still ways to revive it. That has lead me to do some research battery science and I stumbled upon Kevin Dixon Battery Reconditioning manual.

Kevin is also known as the Battery Geek and he is an electrical technician with more than 15 years experience. After a brief email correspondence with him, I’ve decided to get his e-book to learn the science of a car battery.

The Battery Reconditioning guide is actually written for someone who wants to start a reconditioning business. According to Kevin, that niche business is growing fast and is very lucrative.

To break it down, the manual has 2 key sections. The first section focuses the process of reconditioning [tag-tec]nickel-based batteries[/tag-tec]. The second section focuses on reconditioning lead acid batteries.

I find it refreshing when Kevin tried to explain all the technical jargons for a lay person to understanding. There are a few key terms you have to know though such as ohms, ampere, voltage, resistance etc.

What caught my attention is the simple procedures to bring a dead car battery to life. The main culprit that weakens a lead acid battery is sulfation.

In simple terms, sulfation is the process when a car battery loses its ability to hold a charge after it is kept in a discharged state for a long time due to the crystallization of lead sulfate.

We have to get rid of the sulfate crystal first to start the reconditioning process. There are some tools you will need for the process and Kevin has included a list in his e-book.

Since the manual is offer through Clickbank, as usual, the buyer is covered by their 60 days money back guarantee.

If you don’t find the information useful, just return it. To be honest, I learn a lot from the guide and it is only fair for Kevin to keep the money he earned. If you are looking for ways to recondition a dead car battery, check out Kevin Dixon Battery Reconditioning guide.

By | 2012-11-06T17:03:33+08:00 March 28th, 2009|Battery Reconditioning|11 Comments

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  7. Bill March 11, 2010 at 7:29 am

    I am researching battery reconditioning and trying to weed out the snake oil, the pretenders, etc. I intend to start a business with my son, and if all goes well, hand it off to him. My primary question is: Has Kevin actually successfully RUN a battery reconditioning business? Lots of people have lots of great information, but I really want to find someone who has successfully reconditioned batteries as a business.

  8. Will March 12, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    As far as I know, the book was written based on his experience on running a battery reconditioning business.

  9. Ringg July 26, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    Is this kevin dixon guy for real?

  10. Will July 29, 2010 at 10:08 am

    Hi Ringg, if you want to know how to recondition old batteries, you should check out his Battery Reconditioning guide.

  11. Dan October 11, 2010 at 9:43 am

    dear will please note that I’m trying to get the money to set up an ev conversion company I’m well equipted with tools, building and knowleage I also have a set up that will able the car to go from coast to coast none stop for any fuels or recharging oh yes i know its said it can’t be done but yes it can.. built such a unit a few years ago and it work like a jewel and it fryed the panel box and most of the wiring in a house built another about 3 years ago but i droped it, i msade a mess of it and carol said no more building things in the house along abouit then we found out I had prostate cancer ..thats been taken care of but now i don’t have the money to proceed I’d like to get the tech set up and going before i kick the bucket because when I’m gone so is the tech . by the way ive had heart by-pass and i’m pushing 70 the doctor gave me a 10 year warenty but i think that expired as its said one day at a time if a government grant comes in were good to go so heres hopeing .. I hope this finds you well and strong .

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