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    Battery

    I want to get a new battery. I was looking into a sealed battery but don't know which to get. Let alone find one under $100. I found this one but the AH are half of what i already have and the CCA is 20 under. http://www.zippbattery.com/ytx20hl-b...l#.UZAqdpUyRMJ
    Can someone tell me a really known brand thats good and under 100 bucks? I just googled this one and thats all I could find. Does a sealed battery have different specs but preforms the same as the stock battery?
    I have two 2006 Seadoo GTX STD 1500
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    Ben


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    Your battery is pretty important, you might want to find a quality replacement even if it's going to cost you a little more than $100.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SCHNORR12 View Post
    Your battery is pretty important, you might want to find a quality replacement even if it's going to cost you a little more than $100.
    Ok thanks can you give me some names of brands that do sealed batteries for water crafts?
    Thanks
    Ben

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    fer sure get a Deka AGM battery.....they are the bees knees

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    Thanks! How much longer will it last than a wet battery? Are they any other brands? And have you tested that battery?
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    You need a ETX30LA...The 30L will not be tall enough to fix in the factory mount point...The 30LA will come with a plastic adapter tray to make up for the height difference....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post

    You need a ETX30LA...The 30L will not be tall enough to fix in the factory mount point...The 30LA will come with a plastic adapter tray to make up for the height difference....
    Thanks! Is this a sealed one or a wet one?

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    I found this one http://www.zippbattery.com/ytx30l-bs...l#.UZBHC5UyRMJ
    Will this one work on my 2006 seadoo gtx 4 tec? I know ill need a spacer i call the guy at batteries plus and said he'll give me one for free!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bendoggie117 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SCHNORR12 View Post
    Your battery is pretty important, you might want to find a quality replacement even if it's going to cost you a little more than $100.
    Ok thanks can you give me some names of brands that do sealed batteries for water crafts?
    Thanks
    Ben
    I use Yuasa, that's what my local dealership carries.

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