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Guest Message by DevFuse
 

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best place to get optima batteries


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#1 Guest_FlyStyle_*

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Posted 30 July 2003 - 10:21 PM

hey again..

last time ill post tonight, i promise..

but to the questions, where would be a good place to get some nicely priced yellow top optima batteries.. i was looking round, they have blue, red, etc but seems that yellow is for the application that i will be using.. also is it better to get a battery that is close to stock crankin power or something that the car would run "better" on? dont want to fry my wiring but i have nothing to much in the car hooked up to power. just upgraded head unit 200w 24rmsx4, some brighter interior lights, and thats about it... found a site that had one for my car, 94 legacy L for 135, then another battery for 185...??

any info like always would be appreciated.

Ali

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Posted 31 July 2003 - 06:12 AM

A larger battery won't fry your electronics/wiring.

I got mine at www.summitracing.com

I don't remember if they listed the yellow top on their site, but if you call them, it is available.




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