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Old 07-10-2011, 12:27 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by 2010 L99 View Post
Can someone explain the difference from Cranking Amps (CA) and Cold Cranking Amps (CCA)? Technical specs page says 426 CCA and 574 CA for the B2015.

Is the stock battery 720 CA or CCA?
CCA is the maximum amperes that can be continuously removed from a battery for 30 seconds at 0F before its voltage drops to unusable levels. A 550 CCA battery can supply 550 amperes for 30 seconds at 0F. This rating is only useful in the selection of engine starting batteries.

CA is the same except it is measured at 3

The 15 lb Braille has a 21 amp hour rating compared to the stock battery's 80 amp hour rating. So the 15 lb battery has roughly 1/4 the capacity of the stock battery.

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