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Date Posted:08/03/2010 09:49:48Copy HTML

hello just wondering is my battery to small for its job.
 its code is 663 (105 amp h) ? if i added a second battery of the same size would this do or should i get two larger ones altogether?
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Re:is my battery to small?

Date Posted:09/03/2010 09:06:26Copy HTML

 

My batteries are 647's made by NUM premium hgv 125 amp hour 720 amp cranking power, two 105ah would be ok but if you are going to get a new one then go for the 125ah size.
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Re:is my battery to small?

Date Posted:09/03/2010 03:29:54Copy HTML

thanks! 
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Re:is my battery to small?

Date Posted:23/06/2014 11:02:18Copy HTML

 Can anyone please tell me what battery size i should use on a MK2 Phaser 90 
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Re:is my battery to small?

Date Posted:24/06/2014 12:17:26Copy HTML

If you look at my previous post up above you will see the type i use and they will be what you need though you need to check that the connection posts are the correct way round but the one above is the correct power type 125 or 128 amp hour with 750 to 900 amp cranking power
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