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Brand: Ballistic Performance Components
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The AutoRace line of 12-volt batteries has been developed by Ballistic Performance specifically for auto racing. They have a capacity of 20 amp-hours and are capable of putting out a burst of 1000 cranking amps.*
These lithium-ferrous-phosphorous batteries have many advantages over conventional lead-acid batteries in racing applications. They are much lighter than lead-acid batteries (about 30 to 45 pounds lighter than an equivalent size lead battery). They can deliver a huge burst of energy and recover quickly, making them ideal for starting. They are totally dry, so they cannot leak in any position. They don't self-discharge as quickly as lead-acid batteries (only 10% per year, compared to about 4% per week), so they stay charged much longer when not in use. Ballistic Batteries are made in the USA.
Measures 9.25" L x 6.9" W x 3.25" H (235mm x 175mm x 83mm H), about half the height of a standard Group 35 automotive battery. Weighs just 6.5 pounds (3 kg). 3/8-16 UNC female terminals (positive on right side). A BMS (Battery Maintenance System) port between the terminals allows periodic balancing of individual cell charges using the Ballistic Performance Advanced Battery Charger/Balancer (Part No. 1178-252, sold separately).
* At 70° F. This is not the same as "Cranking Amps" (CA) or "Cold Cranking Amps" (CCA). CA is measured at 32° F, and CCA is measured at 0° F. Ballistic batteries generate heat as they recover from a cranking effort. Regardless of the temperature outside, a Ballistic battery can be brought to 70° F internal temperature simply by cranking your engine!
Note: International shipping regulations prohibit us from shipping these batteries via air. They can only be shipped via UPS Ground service within the continental USA. We cannot ship this battery outside of the 48 contiguous states. They cannot be shipped via USPS.