Articles tagged with "batteries"
Posted on October 20, 2010
You ever have a project or an idea that you know will be great, but just can’t seem to get your act together enough to get it off the ground? C’mon, admit it, you know what I am talking about. The new deck in the backyard, the addition on the house, the gizmo that you have tucked away in your brain that is surely to be the greatest invention since disposable toilet paper? read more...
Posted on July 15, 2011
Here at BatteryStuff, the thing we sell the most is...well, you guessed it. Batteries. While it's true that we're a leading provider in motorcycle, ATV, scooter, and watercraft batteries, that doesn't mean that there isn't something for you, too. If you're like me, you may not have a motorcycle or any other powersport vehicle. I have an automobile, and that's pretty much it. While BatteryStuff may not specialize in car batteries (at least, not yet), I have found something to be very useful for my car. read more...
Posted on August 1, 2011
When you order a PowerSports battery from BatteryStuff, you always receive a fresh, ready to install battery. When we ship our maintenance free AGM powersports batteries, they are pre-filled, charged and ready to install. These batteries are sealed and considered “dry” batteries. Because our batteries are freshly activated you may occasionally see small acid stains on the packaging. AGM batteries are ‘fully sealed’, but do have pressure vents sealed underneath the battery top. read more...
Posted on August 17, 2011
Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries have been on the market for while now. Have you purchased one yet? These batteries are recognizable by their light weight and tremendous cranking power. They do not contain any lead and will not sulfate. They're perfect for powersports racing and high performance. Our Shorai Case 3 size batteries are perfect for large Touring bikes and even small cars and trucks. read more...
Posted on August 25, 2011
Lead Acid AGM batteries, also called "dry cell" and sometimes mistaken for "gel cel", are maintenance-free. That means you don't have to open them up every few months and add more water to the cells (even though they are dry batteries, that doesn't make them thirsty like a wet cell battery). You can also position them on their side without worrying about any leaks. So, let's get down to what to do and what not to do for your AGM battery. read more...
Posted on September 30, 2011
Our Odyssey Batteries are currently on the spot light! All Odyssey Powersports Batteries, ranging from the PC310 to the PC925, will have a coupon available to use. To claim the code, click on the "Get Coupon Code" button under the add to cart button. The coupons are only available for the smaller powersports batteries, not the large automotive and truck batteries. Now's a great time pull the covers off the bike in the garage. There's still plenty of time to have the ride of your life! read more...
Posted on November 10, 2011
Ok AGM stands for (Absorbed Glass Mat ) which means that the liquid that you would find in a wet cell battery is still there only the glass mat’s have absorbed all of it so that you don’t have it swooshing around inside the battery. Then the battery is sealed so that there is no worries about maintaining the battery. You may be asking yourself is it really that simple, I have to tell you that yes it is….we have more information on our web page under tutorials. read more...
Posted on February 9, 2012
Shorai Batteries have been around for some time now. Their presence in the world of power sports has not gone unnoticed. They're very popular and we've heard plenty of good feedback from happy users. If you're still on the fence, check out these rider reports straight from Shorai! Although we've recommended Shorai batteries for your application for years now, we've updated our listing to include 3 new case sizes. read more...
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Posted on September 5, 2012
What's on your list of school supplies? Pencils, pens, paper, and backpacks? Nowadays, there's probably a scientific or graphing calculator, music player, electronic notebook, tablet, handheld gaming system, and phone added to that list. Some of those items are disputable as school supplies...but ask your teens and they'll say otherwise. We're living in a high tech world where even the teachers will have cool gadgets to take attendance with or to display the lesson of the day. read more...
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