Plymouth, WI-June 12, 2012-The Ballistic EVO2 Battery, manufactured by Ballistic Performance Components, will be featured June 17 on the Motorhead Garage TV series on the nationwide Fox Sports Network.
The episode, hosted by Sam Memmolo and Dave Bowman will air during prime time on Sunday, June 17, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. Eastern and on Monday, June 18, 2012 at 4:30 p.m. nationwide (check local listing as times may vary). Motorhead Garage, with almost 1 million viewers-makes it one of the highest-viewed weekend automotive block programs.
Jeffre Vascoe, President of Ballistic Performance Components, met Sam and Dave on the Motorhead Garage set in Johnson City, Tennessee. He demonstrated the lightweight Ballistic EVO2 Batteries that provide more energy out of a smaller package, require no trickle charge for maintenance and deliver at least three times longer service life than lead acid batteries. In fact, after a year on the shelf, these amazing batteries still hold over 90% of their electricity – something never before seen in the world of batteries!
The team learned that this amazing breakthrough in technology is backed by an industry leading 3-year replacement warranty, that the batteries can be mounted in any orientation as they contain no acid or other liquid and that the Ballistic batteries cannot be damaged by vibration, heat or water.
Ballistic batteries are designed, developed, and manufactured in the U.S.A. They are distributed throughout the U.S.A. and across the globe by Parts Unlimited, Drag Specialties, Parts Canada and Parts Europe and are available in over 20,000 powersports dealerships. They are safe for people and for the environment. Ballistic manufactures a full line of batteries for use in the power sports markets, which includes motorcycles, ATVs, UTVs, personal watercraft and scooter.
In this episode, you will see Sam and Dave’s shock at the compact size and lightweight of the Ballistic EVO2 Batteries as they explore various models. The Ballistic batteries are the first major advancement in starter battery technology since the lead acid battery was developed in 1870 and can convincingly out-perform existing batteries, whether on the road, on the water, or on the trail.
Watch the Motorhead Garage duo try to find out more about what new and exciting products are on the horizon for Ballistic as they install and test Ballistic’s EVO2 batteries.Click here for reuse options!
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