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Unread 11-07-2005, 10:01 AM   #1
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RE: MOMO Race Shift knob (Air Leather)

Product: Optima Red-Top Battery
Place Purchased: Mr. Lube in Sherwood Park
Price Paid: $120 (At Cost b/c I worked there)
Application: Mostly Universal
Highlights: Looks good, doesn't seem to have the capacity to totally die
Caveats: Had to move the ground to install it, doesn't fit in the tie-down without some cleverness
Installation Time: 40 minutes b/c I was wrestling with the negative terminal
Installation Difficulty (1-10, 10 being difficult): 2; Pretty staightforward, but you have to wrestle with the terminals to get them on at first, particularly the negative one, I had to move where it grounds so it would go on, then you need to come up with a way for it fit in the tie-down. I stacked cloth underneathe it until it fit snugly in the tie-down.
Rating (1-10, 10 being best): 8
Additional Comments: It's a really good battery and it looks good, but it's not going to blow your mind or anything. The one thing that's amazing about it is it's ability to hold a charge. My alternator was dead and I had to keep charging this beast, but it hasn't died yet when lesser batteries would have been long gone.

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Unread 11-07-2005, 11:49 AM   #2
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RE: MOMO Race Shift knob (Air Leather)

only 800 cca and 110 reserve, what a piece of shit........j/k
my diehard is a good battery for supras too, but its not a gell cell, which would be nice.

that or one of its different colored bretheren is my next battery.
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Unread 11-07-2005, 01:29 PM   #3
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RE: wow ferrari

Considering my car only goes out when it's like 20+C outside, I can't say that the CCA of the battery is something I pay much attention to. My old Die Hard died hard, that's why the Optima.

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