Jet ski Batteries?
Where do most of you guys (or gals) buy your batteries and how much do you pay for them?
get an oddesey off ebay (it will be about 65 bucks shipped). they are stout little things.
Let me tell ya what melbatoast is packin\'
pair of slt 700's
2004 Kawasaki SX-R
2001 Kawasaki STX 1100 DI (GroupK Stage 1, STX-R rideplate, BH Sponsons)
Get an AGM from batteryweb.com
'99 STX 1100/1200 triple pipe, 48 NOVI's, Cold Fusion head, ported, Kaw race ign, Skat pump, drop nozzle, light seat, carbon hood; '97 STX 1100 Cold Fusion head, ported, modded stock exhaust, timing advance; '86 X2 Westcoast pipe, WC 180 psi head, 38 dual Mikunis, ported, MSD; '87 X2 Kerker manifold, PJS pipe, PJS 190 psi head, dual 38's; '87 X2 stock w/ 44 carb, pontoons; '89 SX 650; '95 X2 750 project; Johnny O's supercharger; 650 MRD fuel injection, must sell enough to keep wife happy.
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or you could get this and save some coin, but I dont recommend it!
Originally Posted by GlenT
Id buy a $65 odessy first, a $35 walmart second.
Ive always wondered why those sites selling these as pwc batteries dont list any specs ( such as Amp hours), can anyone point out a difference between this and the jetworks battery? ( other than price?)
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I go to my local exide dealer for all my batteries. I get the "second" batteries. Had the same one in my atv now for 2 years, my truck about a year now. I get a new one evey year for my ski, just to be safe.
The prices1) automobile are 15$(2) smal batteries for atvs, pwc, lawn equipment, 10$
And they are perfectly good, never wet. I add acid, let charge and got a 50$ battery for 10$
Picked one up for $30 at Walmart with return of core ($5).
IF you buy the Odyssey on Ebay right now, and sign up for PayPal credit, you save 10 bucks. Almost free shipping which takes you down to 56 bucks for the Odyssey. I'd been thinking about it, and just bought one partly due to the price discount, mostly because I've heard so many good things on here about them, and really don't want to mess with doing battery maintenance or anything.
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