Powersport vehicles need a powerful battery, one built to take the constant pounding that comes with the territory, whether it's is on land, sea, or snow. The Odyssey battery can handle it.
Featuring rugged construction and packed tightly with pure lead plates, the non-spillable AGM design Odyssey battery protects against the shock and vibration that can quickly destroy other batteries. And the pure lead plates mean more power—twice the overall power and three times the life of conventional batteries—up to 400 cycles at 80% depth of discharge!
The Odyssey battery is the ideal choice for a complete range of powersports applications: Motorcycles, ATVs, Snowmobiles, Ultralight aircraft, Personal Watercraft, Gyrocopter aircraft.
Limited 2-year full replacement warranty — not pro rata.
Longer service life
With 3-10 years of service life, ODYSSEY® batteries save consumers time, money, and aggravation.
Longer cycle life
70% longer cycle life compared to conventional deep cycle batteries — up to 400 cycles at 80% depth of discharge — high stable voltage for longer periods of time.
Longer shelf life
Can be stored on open circuit (nothing connected to the terminals) without the need for recharging up to 2 years or 12.00V, whichever occurs first.
The highest recharge efficiency of any sealed lead battery on the market — capable of 100% recharge in 4 - 6 hours.
Non-spillable design — can be mounted on any side in any position except inverted.
Design protects against high impact shock and mechanical vibration — a common cause of premature battery failure.
Extreme temperature tolerant
Operating temperatures from -40°C (-40°F) to 45°C (113ºF), for models without a metal jacket and from -40ºC (-40ºF) to 80ºC (176ºF) for models with a metal jacket.
Totally maintenance free
No need to add water, ever! Drycell design with resealable venting system.
US Department of Transportation classified as a 'non-spillable' battery. No acid spills, no escaping gases. Specifications
• 545 cranking amps for 5 seconds
• 495 cranking amps for 10 seconds
• 420 cranking amps for 20 seconds
• Short circuit current over 1200A
• 18 minute reserve capacity with 25amp load
• Female brass terminal w/M6 SS bolt
Metal jacketed vs. Non-metal jacketed:
The metal jacket is needed if it's being mounted near heat to protect the plastic of the battery from swelling. The lead plates are under much higher pressure than a lead acid battery and if the plastic heats up, the plates will want to expand outward which can ruin the battery if it doesn't have a jacket.