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Shuriken SK-BT8785DT 650 Crank Amps 55 Amp Hour AGM 12V Dual Post AGM Battery

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Shuriken SK-BT8785DT 650 Crank Amps 55 Amp Hour Dual Post AGM 12V Power Cell Battery

Shuriken Power Cells are engineered for today’s high-performance mobile audio systems. Utilizing Shuriken’s 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.
  • Compact size
  • Absorbed glass mat technology
  • Can be mounted in any position
  • Can be discharged and re-charged 100’s of times
  • Fits BCI group 34 and 78 with top and side posts
  • Will replace OE batteries in GM and others
  • Factory activated ready to use
  • Maintenance-free

  • 650 Crank AMPS
  • 55 AMP Hours
  • 12 Volt
  • 43 LBS / 19.5 KG
  • Width: 10.75” / 273 MM
  • Height: 7.88” / 200 MM
  • Depth: 7” / 178 MM

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