1168 Pulse Cranking Amps
26 Amp/Hr Reserve
8.1” x 3.5” x 6.3"
Left Side Positive
|| Thin to Win
||No Spill, No Corrosion, No Maintenance |
|At under 18 pounds, the B2618 has the highest amp hour to pound rating yet. Using our Advanced AGM racing technology a lot of power went into a very thin package. Popular with the endurance race vehicles this option is ideal for anybody looking for a high-capacity slim battery.
||Technically registered as a "sealed valve regulated" design, this patented technology completely eliminates acid spills and corrosion on terminals. This design is environmentally safe does not need filling and maintenance. Air shipping approved. |
||Exclusive Dual Terminal Design
||Stainless Steel Terminals |
|A Braille Battery exclusive! This feature allows the battery to be mounted in a variety of positions. It is designed to accept racing, powersports and automotive terminals vertically and horizontally.
||Stop loose battery connections with our robust stainless steel threads. These heli-coil design threads allow higher bolt torque and help keep your battery connected even in high vibration environments. |
||Exclusive Brass Auto Terminals
||Green from Start to Finish |
|Included with every Braille Auto Battery are patent pending high quality brass SAE terminals. Designed to distribute the electrical load into and out of the battery. Designed for high amperage, high stress use of racing and audio competitions.
||We employ a manufacturing process with the highest concern for the environment and quality. Recycled lead, plastic and stainless steel ensure we'll have a future to race towards. |
||Solid Top Lead Connectors
||Performance Certified - Fully Charged |
|Shaken, not stirred - From 6 "G" NHRA drag launches, to 4 G cornering loads in Indy this design holds the internals firmly in place.
||Every Braille Battery is individually tested and certified before shipping, eliminating DOA batteries. Fully charged and ready to install at time of shipping.|
This product was added to our catalog on Monday 20 February, 2012.