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dyna batt battery--how does it perform?

I am considering purchasing a dyna batt battery for my street rod. The battery is a 12 volt dry cell that is only 3 inches wide, so I plan to lay it on its side to save room in my trunk. Has anyone used this battery in their car? What luck have you had with it? Is it worth the $110 bucks?


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My buddy has one of those types of battery in his Cobra. According to him the battery is great and saves weight. It is very reliable if your drive you car often but if you let it sit two to three weeks you may have to charge it.

There is a similar battery: Hawk battery The Dyna bat is black and Hawk battery is orange. You can see the hawk here at www.batterymart.com .

They can easily crank any motor but they don't have as much reserve juice as the normal size ones so you can't forget to leave your lights, radio or any electrical stuff on while the car isn't running. These small batteries weigh only 12.5 lbs and the stock batteries are 40 - 45 lbs so you can see it'll save A LOT of weight where it matters...up front.

My friend forgot to turn off of my radio and the battery died. He jump started the car and drove it for half an hour or so, and everything was ok. He had that battery for about five years now.

The battery is very trick, as a lot of people inquire about it when he's at car shows.

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