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    Odyssey PC625 Dry cell battery?

    Is this a good battery for a stock '04 RXP? Does it fit in the stock location? Thanks.


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    A very good battery & recommended for the RXP. Check the measurements of both & see if there are differences. I believe this is a direct replacement.

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    a PC625 is a direct replacement for a YB16CLB...

    a YB16 is the battery used in every single yamaha watercraft and seadoo 2-strokes

    however, the 4-stroke Seadoos use a YB30CLB... oddyssey claims the equivalent to this is a PC925...

    IMO, the stock battery YB30 and a PC925 are overkill..... they do have better cranking amps, but they are also very expensive... seadoo equips all 4-tecs with a YB30CLB frmo the factory... but you are able to start a 4-tec with a YB16 no problem. BUT... if you have a hard time starting your ski and have to crank it several times, then the YB16/PC625 will lose the juice alot sooner than a PC925 or YB30

    the PC625 will not just bolt in without a little finesse and modifying the bolting bracket.. it's a much smaller sized battery dimensionally.

    i use a PC625 in one of my 4-tec skis with no problem, but i made my own battery tray system for it

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    Thanks for clearing that up. I was going from memory (faulty) from when I was shopping a battery for a conversion project, I thought I remembered a recommendation for the PC625 for the 4-Tec - my bad.

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    Thanks for the info! I was also looking at a battery I saw in another thread, it's only around $80. Anybody know anything about these?

    http://www.bigcrank.com/motorcycleba...-RXP-2003-2004

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    Any opinions?^

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetmechF16 View Post
    Any opinions?^
    i will be installing one tomorrow

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    awesome, does it need a spacer for the bracket, or does it fit like stock?

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    the 925l is the one you want for the 4tecs

    it will accually sit on it side in the oem tray

    I ONLY use the oddessey batts.
    got them in all the 4wheelers and the 2 ski's
    IMO the best batt made.

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    Can you use the 925 instead of the 925L?

    Best price ? URL?

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