What size battery does a Arctic Cat 500 take?
500CC Arctic Cat All Models, All Years ATV Replacement Battery – 12V 14AH (210 cca)
Does it matter what battery I put in my ATV?
Lead Acid or Conventional. Without the proper amount of battery acid between the lead plates, there is a good chance your ATV will not work because your battery will fail. This amount of maintenance may drive you away from choosing a conventional battery, but there is no reason it should.
What type of battery is best for ATV?
The 5 Best Batteries for your ATV
- Battery Tender BTL14A240C Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery.
- ExpertPower 12V 7 Amp EXP1270 Rechargeable Lead Acid Battery.
- Yuasa YUAM620BH YTX20HL-BS Battery.
- YUASA YTX14-BS Maintenance Free Battery.
- Odyssey PC545 Powersports Battery.
What size battery does a Arctic Cat 400 take?
400CC Arctic Cat DVX400, All Years ATV Battery – 12V 8AH (120 cca)
Where is the battery on an Arctic Cat?
Under the seat. You need to take out screw at back of seat and remove seat to get to battery.
How many amps should an ATV battery have?
How many amps should an ATV battery have? ATV batteries are typically 10 Ah to 20 Ah. Larger engine displacements (cc) usually require a battery with more amps than smaller engines.
How do I know if my ATV battery is bad?
Turn off the engine and have a look at your readings.
- A perfectly healthy ATV battery should not drop below the range of 9.6V to 10.5V (depending on battery CCA-rating and battery temperature at the time of testing).
- If your minimum reading is below 9.6 volts, your battery is likely bad.
How long should ATV battery last?
A: This depends on several factors, including how well you maintain the battery and how often you ride your ATV. Batteries generally last 3-4 years, but they can last longer if they’re properly maintained.
Why are ATV batteries so expensive?
Material-costs plays a huge part Materials make up about 60% of the total cost of an ATV battery. For lead-acid batteries (including conventional flooded-, AGM- and GEL batteries), lead is the costliest material.