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    High compression and batteries

    My 7 year old battery died earlier, so I need a new one. Will any autoparts store powersports battery be able to start the motor fast with ~175psi. Reason im asking is I looked at the replacement from advanced and it said like 230CCA. Seemed kinda low, I dont want to be sitting on the starting line cranking the boat over while everybody else is already to the first bouy.


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    http://odysseybatteries.com/battery/pc625.htm

    I have ran these for 3 years now. One of them on my triple piped total loss, it has held up great. The battery on the TL system goes through alot without a charging system.

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    Sweet!

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    They are a fantastic battery Dave! Little spendy but worth it.

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    The last one lasted 7 years, I got lucky enough with that, I can justify paying the price...unless you got the hook-up?

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    Not on point! Have been running a few refurb Deka gel cell batts for 4 years and no problem. Bought them for $15 dollars each

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    Yes, im an Odssey dealer.

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    Call me tomarrow for pricing. 775-315-0222

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    You need 1 cc amp per cubic inch of displacement

    I sell the Power Source sealed batteries

    http://www.lynnvickproducts.com/inde...&id=6&Itemid=4

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATER WOODY View Post
    http://odysseybatteries.com/battery/pc625.htm

    I have ran these for 3 years now. One of them on my triple piped total loss, it has held up great. The battery on the TL system goes through alot without a charging system.

    +1 If you dont want problems buy a good product. I always say you pay for what you get within reason. I have been running them for a bit now. Had one bad one cause I neglected it. The best thing is the warrenty. They replaced it no questions asked.

    I had bad luck with the DEKA batteries. That might be just me. Problems on the skis, sleds, and 4wheelers. Switched over no problems or hassles.

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