|Case Size||8.75″ x 6.95″ x 3.00″|
|Cold Cranking Amps||1350|
|Discharge Rate||2-4% Per Month Loss (disconnected)|
|Full Charge Voltage||16.8 – 16.9 volts|
|Terminal Size||Uses 18mm x 2.5 Terminal Bolts. These are .470 OD, use 12 mm ID terminals.|
|Torque||Bolt Torque 125 in lb (10 ft lb). Do Not Over Torque|
Go Lithium 16 volt Racing Battery Gen 2 with LiFePO4 Technology
New and Improved – the popular Go Lithium 16v lightweight racing battery has been completely redesigned with new features! New, Larger 14mm battery lugs with 12mm bolts are sturdier and interface better with large battery cables. This battery utilizes LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate) technology, which is a safer and more stable design than LiPo (Lithium-Ion) batteries for race cars. It also allows more charging/discharging cycles that LiPo making your investment last longer.
“ALL” internal wiring has been eliminated for higher cranking capacity and more rugged construction. No other Lithium Battery can make this claim! These changes have increased the cranking capacity of the battery by 200 cranking amps over the original version. Go Lithium is often regarded as one of the best 16 volt battery for drag racing. Check in the pits at any race, you’ll often see them in many shootout cars.
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Yes - both batteries use the same charger.Can a Gen 1 and Gen 2 battery be used together as a pair?
Yes - they are compatible.Can you use an alternator with the 16 volt Go Lithium battery?
Yes - You'll need a compatible 16 volt Alternator with a maximum charge rate of 17.75 volts and 60 amps continuous.Do I need to run one or two Go Lithium Batteries?
It's normal for EFI cars and/or cars with large electrical loads such as Nitrous & EFI to run two batteries. N/A and Single Stage Nitrous with Carb typically do just fine with one 8lb Go Lithium BatteryWhy is 16 volts better than 12 volts for racing?
Race cars with no alternator can easily drop below 11 volts on a 12 volt system during a run compromising the ignition system and the ability of other electrical devices. A 16 volt battery gives you the additional voltage to run more electrical devices, a hotter ignition, fuel and water pumps run better, cranking the engine is faster and more.
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