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    Battery

    Which of the 7 batteries that Jerry sells in his store is the right one for me? I have an all around stock RXT that needs a new battery and can't tell what the extra 10-30$ is getting me in difference between the Riva to the Jetworks batt???


    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...25t6ekt3c9inu4


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    just be sure you get the right one. I ordered a 2 stroke battery for my 4 stroke in jerry,s store and had to send it back.

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    I run an Odysey PC925L battery in my GTX SC. but the one in the store is a PC545, so that won't help you since they are for Hondas & Kaws. It would be nice to know who makes Rivas sealed batteries. I would stay away from the lead-acid batteries because of maintenance, shorter life and caps that break. The Odysey site claims 3 times the life of conventional batteries or 6-8 years... Ron

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