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Choosing the Right Motorcycle Battery

With a selection designed to meet or beat original equipment specifications for cold cranking amps (CCA), reserve capacity (RC), and amp-hour (Ah), you get the motorcycle battery you need for your next cruise on the open road.

  • Cold Cranking Amps - The rating that determines a battery's ability to start an engine in cold temperatures.
  • Reserve Capacity - How long a new fully charged battery can hold it's charge.
  • Amp Hour - A measure of how long a battery can provide amperage for one hour.

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