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Shuriken SK-BT16V 1800W 80AH High Performance Competition 16V Battery

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Shuriken Power Cells are engineered for todays high-performance mobile audio systems. Utilizing Shurikens Absorbed Glass Mat (AGM) technology, these rechargeable power cells can be mounted in any position and will not spill.

The power cells are extremely resistant to excessive heat and strong vibration. They can be discharged and recharged hundreds of times. With super-low ESR and closely packed pure lead plates, each power cell packs a punch. Many Shuriken Power Cells are designed to deliver the winning edge at SPL competitions. Others provide the consistent backup power needed for powerful car stereo systems, especially when parked for parties and shows.

For use on SPL 16V competition systems
Using AGM (Absorbed Glass Matt) technology allows the battery to be mounted in any position
Extreme heat resistance
Super low ESR
100% Sealed and maintenance free
1800 Watt High Performance Competition Battery from Shuriken
Engineered specifically to meet the needs of a high end audio system
Unique spill free design
Resistant to heavy vibrations
Packed closely with pure lead plates
Designed to be used with ring terminals or a buss bar
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Wattage: 1800 Watts
Amp Hours: 80 AMP Hours
Voltage: 16 Volt
Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.25" x 8" x 6.75"

1 x 80AH Battery

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