- 12 Volts
- CCA: 270
- 18 Amp Hour @10 hr rate
- Sealed, Maintenance-Free
- Ships fully charged ready to install
- Environmentally friendly, 100% recyclable
- Vibration Resistant Design
- Fully Charged out of the box
- New bolts included
Note: Please check dimensions and terminal configuration to ensure this is the proper battery for your application.
We recommend the charger below to maintain this battery when it is not in use.
Arrived on time will continue ordering my battery with them
Cheap, fast, charged and ready to go! I’ll be ordering from here again!
I've been using theses batteries in my 2007 Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 LT since I replaced the factory battery in 2010 or 2011. A friend of mine also uses the same battery in his Vulcan 2000 and we both have had nothing but top notch performance out of these batteries. I usually replace my battery every 3- 4 years just for piece of mind so I have no idea just how long these batteries would go before they died but this year when I replaced my old battery I decided to find out how long the old battery would continue to function and I put it in my riding mower. Time will tell.
I use a Battery Tender on my battery in the off months which I think helps greatly to extend battery life.
Battery showed up on time and in good shape works good and at a fair price
This was a replacement battery for my snowmobile and was a perfect fit and was $10 cheaper than anywhere else I could find it. The shipping was great too with good packaging to avoid any damage. I would definitely buy from BatteryMart again.
My second battery I bought at Battery Mart for my Mean Steak. Both times easy order quick delivery and the battery lasts about 3 years.
Battery was shipped in a timely manner and came fully charged according to my charger lights. I was replacing an OEM battery that lived for 5-1/2 years prior to losing its storage ability. The Motocross, Made in USA YTX20CH-BS is about 1/8 inches taller than the OEM battery I took out, but that was not an issue. The battery container on the moto was flexible enough that a tiny bit of leverage allowed the battery to slip into the compartment. The "nuts" for the terminal bolts are not quite as thick as the OEM, yet the bolts are exactly the same length. The nuts insert into the small slot in the terminals, but they sit lower because of their size. I had to add a small spacer under the "nuts" to raise them up so the bolt threads would catch and thread. This may not be an issue on the stock bikes, but I have additional wiring that connects to the terminals. You could solve the thinner nut issue with a longer bolt just as easily but I didn't have one and didn't want to make an extra trip. I'm happy with the AGM. I am in the process of researching Lithium moto batteries for the time I may have to replace this one.