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Old 03-15-2010, 04:40 PM
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Battery Choice

I have been looking for a new battery for my car, not sure If I would need it for sq purposes but I would like to get rid of the capacitor I have. I was lookin at the Yellow top Optima battery, but then at the show my friend n I stumbled on a booth on our way out, that was telling us about Enerwatt batteries. They say its better then the yellow top battery, last longer, and half the price. IF anyone has experience with this type of battery please post your knowledge on them


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Old 03-15-2010, 07:25 PM
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enerwatt.... never heard of it... maybe its new

so I am going to throw out a challenge to celebrate out 1000th battery thread. Here is my question for anyone to answer "does anyone manufacture a battery better than a Optima Yellow Top". This is a serious question and the answer should fall in the technical or practical realm. The point here is to address the claim 'better', what makes a battery truly better than the next and how is that unit of betterness measured. IMO there has been only one truly superior battery in the last 15 years...
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