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Henchcraft® Chassis Mini Lightning Sprint Racing Battery
Henchcraft® Chassis Mini Lightning Sprint Racing Battery

Henchcraft® Chassis Mini Lightning Sprint Racing Battery

Micro Sprint, Mini Sprint, 5.88" Overall Length, 3.38" Overall Width, 5.63" Overall Height

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Henchcraft® Chassis Mini Lightning Sprint Racing Battery
Henchcraft® Chassis Mini Lightning Sprint Racing Battery
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Overall Length:
5.88"
Overall Width:
3.38"
Overall Height:
5.63"
Battery Terminals:
Top
Voltage:
12 volts
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This maintenance free battery from Henchcraft® Chassis has dimensions of 6" x 3.4375" x 5.75". Its metric dimensions are 150mm x 87mm x 145mm. These batteries are designed for use with lightning/Micro Sprint racing applications.

  • Battery Family: Maintenance Free
  • Battery Type: YTX14-BS
  • Voltage: 12
  • Capacity: 12
  • Weight: 8.1 lbs.
  • Metric Weight: 3.7 kg
  • Acid Volume: 0.69
  • Amps: 1.4
  • C.C.A.: 200
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