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Hello all,

In case you do some spirited cornering occasionally, your lead-acid battery will leak some acid sooner or later, and you'll end up with damaged paint and other surfaces in the engine bay or trunk. Those batteries also produce acid vapor, and even without hard cornering, that vapor can cause damage over the years. This is actually a serious problem with some classic cars, like the Porsche 914 and some others, because it causes extensive rust damage. Just google: "Porsche 914 battery Hell Hole"...

Our super lightweight LiFePo4 batteries will take care of that too! No acids, no liquids, nothing to spill or evaporate, even you install the battery upside down. They are safer for the environment as well.

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