[DML] Re: Optima Batteries?
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[DML] Re: Optima Batteries?



The real advantage (selling point) to the Optima is that it can't/won't 
leak acid all over your carpet in the event of overcharge i.e. when the 
alternator regulator fails or someone puts the wrong charger on it. As 
someone mentioned it's also safer in a accident since it is inside the 
car. I have heard(can't confirm this) that they also outgas a bit less 
which should lead to less corrosion in the electrical compartment. 

There are apparently other disadvantages. 

Dave S (Interstate user)

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Todd Nelson" <tan5732@...> wrote:
>
> I'm not sure what the hype is all about with these batteries.  I 
bought a 
> basic "Autocraft" battery from Advance Auto over a year ago and it's 
still 
> going strong, 12.6 volts.  I even had the car stored for 9 months and 
> brought the battery in the house during that time.  I didn't even 
have to 
> trickle charge it and it didn't loose a single volt.  









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