QuadBoss has released a new Battery Isolator with and without a wiring kit.
Description P/N Retail Battery Isolator 60-8898 $80.69 Battery Isolator with Wiring Kit 60-8899 $109.19 Battery Isolator
•Designed for dual battery systems
•Connects between batteries only
•No alternator or ignition connection needed
•Protects electronics during start up
•Easy to install Battery Isolator with Wiring Kit
•One Battery Isolator
•One 24" #4 red cable, cut to length, with single 5/16" lug connector
•One 12" #4 red cable with 5/16" lug connectors
•One 12" #4 black cable with 5/16" lug connectors
•One 5/16" lug connectors
•One 3/8" lug connectors
•One 1 1/2" red shrink tubing
Link to QuadBoss Website - http://www.quadboss.com/battery-isolator.html
I am in need of a battery for 1997 Yamaha Big Bear 4x4 350cc. I would like to buy a battery from an online store. Local batteries see be $50 more for me. If anyone has any online store recommendations please let me know.
Also i have searched around online to see which battery has best reviews and it seems as Yuasa is the battery people indicate is best, followed by Motorcross and Throtle X. Any one know about the scorpion batteries from batterystuff? I would like the best cheapest battery.
Any suggestions would be great thanks.
I am still a little green when it comes to Atvs so please be gentle.
I was charging my battery to take the machine out for a test spin I thought I put it on a trickle charge and ended up putting it on a fast charge! Came back out to the garage to find it smoking not to bad with still I could see it steaming coming out the top. I looked and saw a little water on the bottom where the battery was sitting. I took the battery off the charger fast and let it cool down.
Question is did I wreck this battery it looks the same, the water and stuff is still inside? Do I just buy a new one or could or should I even try to charge this one again?
Thanks in advance
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