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Braille No-Weight Batteries Part #B106 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Matthew S (Bay Harbor Islands, FL) Reviewed for a 2001 Ford Focus — Nov 20, 2014 8:12 AM
I took a big little gamble by getting the smallest of the AGM Braille batteries, because my car has a small, low compression 4 cylinder motor. The battery has just enough juice to start her up every time, even in this cooler weather. Battery is so much smaller than OEM, that I had to use the pink stuffing that came in the box to squeeze it in place in the battery holder. I keep mindful not to have the radio, AC blower on while cranking the motor, to save all the juice for the start.
Reviewed by Michael H (ROANOKE, VA) Reviewed for a 1992 Mazda MX-6 — Feb 25, 2014 2:21 PM
Much tidier than the bulky factory battery, and still enough umph to turn over a high compression, modified 4 cyl in 35 deg. weather. Definitely eithee get a mounting kit, or prepair to fabricate a way to secure the battery. All in all a good purchase, and not much more than a 45 lb batt would cost.
Reviewed by scott d (Cedarhurst, NY) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Celica — Apr 01, 2011 9:08 AM
Thats how you sum up all the pros of having one of these batteries. Impressive! The weight of this car battery is almost unimagineable. you have to pick it up to realize. And that goes for the size as well. One could only wonder why all vehicles do not come with this as a stock part. Thank you Braile for completing my engine bay!
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