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Most reliable battery out there.

David

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The main thing I like about these batteries is the reliability they provide along with and extensive longevity well past the 6 year warranty. I've been using these batteries for over 20 years and the other 7 I've had have all lasted 11 plus years. Cold weather starts with these are amazing on both diesel applications and high compression race engines. The thing to keep in mind is these batteries must be maintained with a 1 1/2 amp battery maintainer if left sitting in a vehicle for extended periods of time and if run all the way down they will only take a charge from such a charger until they reach a certain voltage meaning you should know how to use one of these before purchasing one or use some simple common sense. Yes they are pricey but they just don't fail if you take a tiny bit of time to pay attention to your equipment. There are no worries about acid spilling out of them because they don't vent and you can mount them inside of a vehicle if necessary due to no venting (off gassing) The red top is an extreme starting battery. The yellow top is the deep cycle variant that works best for high load sound systems if you're into that sort of thing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1982 Chevy Silverado with a forged 468 BB/ 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP Supercharged 6 Speed

The main thing I like about these batteries is the reliability they provide along with and extensive longevity well past the 6 year warranty. I've been using these batteries for over 20 years and the other 7 I've had have all lasted 11 plus years. Cold weather starts with these are amazing on both diesel applications and high compression race engines. The thing to keep in mind is these batteries must be maintained with a 1 1/2 amp battery maintainer if left sitting in a vehicle for extended periods of time and if run all the way down they will only take a charge from such a charger until they reach a certain voltage meaning you should know how to use one of these before purchasing one or use some simple common sense. Yes they are pricey but they just don't fail if you take a tiny bit of time to pay attention to your equipment. There are no worries about acid spilling out of them because they don't vent and you can mount them inside of a vehicle if necessary due to no venting (off gassing) The red top is an extreme starting battery. The yellow top is the deep cycle variant that works best for high load sound systems if you're into that sort of thing.

What kind of vehicle do you drive? 1982 Chevy Silverado with a forged 468 BB/ 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP Supercharged 6 Speed