- 3 to 10 year service life, when properly maintained.
- 99.9% pure lead providing minimal plate corrosion
- Explosion proof
- Corrosion proof
- 2 to 3 times the cranking power of equivalent size battery
- Spill and leak proof
- Superior vibration resistance
- Fully Charged out of the box
- When fully charged can be stored for up to 2 years at 77° F
- Side Mounts: May be installed on its sides at any angle without sacrificing performance attributes
- 2 Year Full Powersports Warranty
2 Batteries in 1
The Odyssey PC925 battery combines in one box the characteristics of two separate batteries. This 12-volt 28 Ah battery can deep cycle (be recharged) as well as provide enormous cranking power.
Only Hawker Odyssey batteries are based on the same battery technology offered by Hawker to the military for aircraft and tank batteries. Odyssey batteries are of military grade and have endured rigorous tests that demonstrate their overall ruggedness and exceptional tolerance of mechanical abuse.
Superior cranking and fast charge capability
The 5 second cranking power of Odyssey batteries is double to triple that of equally sized conventional batteries, even when the temperature is as low as - 40° C. Also, with simple constant voltage charging (alternator or independent charger), there is no limitation on the inrush current, so the user is assured of a fast charge.
- Drycell Battery
- NO METAL JACKET
- Screws Included
- More Specs: (Adobe PDF)
Note: Please check dimensions and terminal configuration to ensure this is the proper battery for your application.
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Tech Tip: Special Installations
Mounting flexibility is one of the Odyssey battery's strongest features. It may be installed in just about any orientation (the only exception being inverted) without sacrificing any of its world-class performance attributes. Have no fear about acid spillage-- the battery recycles internal gas during operation/charging and the valve regulated design eliminates the need for an acid vent tube. All in all, this offers two awesome benefits:
This is the second PC925 I've used in an antique car. It's a small car, 1600cc four-cylinder engine, so the 925 does the job well, cranking eagerly and keeping the system voltage up. The first 925 I had in the car was in stalled in late 2015 and mostly just sat while i did a lot of restoration, being charged occasionally to test electrical functions in the car. Around 2021 I was able to drive the car a little, so it's a testament to the longevity of the battery that so much dis-use didn't shorten its life- the opposite, as now in the second half of 2023 that battery finally needed replacement. Another 925 was a no-brainer.
I purchased this battery for a 2021 can am commander max xtp. People on the can am forum told me this was what they were buying. This battery will not fit in the compartment. I used an oscillating saw to modify the size of the compartment. Once installed, it seems to have done what I needed. We'll see how long it lasts, as these machines have a tendency to kill batteries!
I have been using Osyssey batteries for about 20 years. As far as I'm concerned, AGM Odyssey batterys are the only way to go.
This battery has great cranking power.
One is switched between my SnowHog II snowblower and my riding lawnmower. The other rolls over my Diesel generator. Both do the job with no problem. The SnowHog II requires high crank amps in the middle of winter and it fits my lawnmower, saving another battery purchase (I obviously can't use the battery in both at once , but why would you??) and the Diesel generator is a bear to crank over when cold. That is why I need exceptional crank amps from these small batteries. And they don't disappoint.
A friend gave me his non-functional battery jumper pack. The original equipment SLA battery had sulfated, and it was useless. I replaced the SLA battery with this real-McCoy Odyssey powersports-sized car battery. Although I was careful to measure everything, I would have been hosed if the battery had not fit into the pack, since you can't cost-effectively return a mail-ordered battery. Luckily, the battery fit perfectly. I now have a jumper pack with a real car battery (American-made, too). Not some foreign-made SLA junk, and not some questionable lithium battery. The jumper pack works perfectly (I've already used it and it came in handy), and I'm a happy clam. The Odyssey battery tolerates deep-discharges and maintains its charge much better than an SLA battery. The Battery Mart price was about $30 cheaper than I could have locally-sourced, but I would have been able to return it if it had not fit. It was a good risk . The battery arrived when promised, and it was packed immaculately. I'm keeping that box and the packing goodies. I stuffed some of the packing goodies into the jumper pack along with the battery. Don't throw away your broken jumper pack. Bite the costly bullet ($200, yes I know that's more than a new pack, thanks for the input) and end up with a real jumper pack.
I purchased this battery to replace the PC925 Odyssey I purchased over 14 years ago for my ATV. I bought it because I thought the 14 year old battery has to die pretty soon. But it's still strong and hold a full charge! I have the new one on the shelf for the day I will need it. My ATV was used in Northern MN where the summers are hot, and the winters can hit -40 Deg. F. I kept the battery on a desulphating charger 24-7, so it lived most of its life on "maintenance float". This battery is many times more powerful than the stock battery Polaris supplied with my ATV purchase. The winch totally burned up the stock battery, and that is why I purchased the Odyssey for my new ATV after only a few months. I have put Odyssey batteries in my 1 ton pickup, 42' fifth wheel, and all my small to medium sized tractors.