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Porsche AGM Battery

    Porsche AGM Battery

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    #AGMBATTERY
    $270.00
    MSRP: $389.68           You save 30.71%
    Version:
    70 Ah - $270
    80 Ah - $295
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    Genuine Porsche Dry Mat Battery

    Original Porsche battery. Not the traditional liquid acid filled battery, this is the newer design with liquid mat technology. This is standard equipment for newer models, but a direct replacement for older models. Comes ready to install, and is typically fully charged.

    Depending on the year and options on your car, you may have a 70-80 amp hour (Ah) rating on your old battery. Check your old battery and order the correct replacement to match your amp hours. This can be used for most Boxster, Cayman, and most 1998 or newer 911 Carrera models. If your car has a different amp hour, contact us with your VIN number for further assistance.

    Sizes:

    • 70 Ah - Approx: 10.25 (L) x 6.75 (W) x 7.5 (H) inches
    • 80 Ah - Approx: 12.00 (L) x 6.75 (W) x 7.5 (H) inches


    Please check and confirm fitment before ordering, as this battery is abolutely non-returnable under any circumstance.  

    Shipping Note: UPS Ground shipping only, only for the continental USA only. Requires HAZMAT shipping, shipping prices are higher.

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    Customer Ratings & Reviews

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    5 (3)
    4 (0)
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    1 (0)
    Would recommend this product.
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    5.0
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    Would recommend this product.
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    3 Total Reviews
    Porsche AGM Battery for 2007 997.1 GT3
    5 out of 5
    Location: CA
    Date: June 22, 2016
    I already had the original GT3 (Moll 80-Ah, #BATTERY542) battery replaced twice. Not too bad for 9 years. That being said, Moll is a very high maintenance battery. During these 9 years, it's always being hooked up to a Porsche battery maintainer (PBM #95504490054) and I had to check the acid fluid level on a regular basis. It's time to replace the battery again and I got tired with the maintenance so I wanted an AGM. I have checked other brands such as Odyssey, Bosch, Exide and more. Only Banner & Exide offer 80-Ah as required by GT3s. Since SunCoast offers Banner 80-Ah at a great price, I went with this Porsche OEM. SunCoast shipped it fast and well packaged in a box. Installation's a simple DIY and took only 10 min. Like others mentioned, the 'venting hole' was on the other side or on the negative side and the venting tube was too short to reach it. Since AGM batteries are sealed and no venting's required, I did not hook up the venting tube and so far no problem at all. I still hook it up to PBM nightly with no charging or compatibility issues. A fully charged battery is always a happy battery. I highly recommend getting both the Banner VRLA & a PBM from SunCoast as this combo will last this battery for long time.
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    Porsche AGM Battery for 2003 996 Targa
    5 out of 5
    Jeffrey
    Location: Washington, DC
    Date: June 7, 2016
    My last battery was not Porsche original equipment due to the circumstances under which the prior battery failed, and developed a bad cell after a year and a half. I think that it is worth the extra money for the sturdier construction and dry mat technology of the AGM, not to mention the depth of endurance and strong hot start performance. If you have a front strut brace (mine was a Schnell), you will have to remove it to get the AGM seated properly. Also, my battery vent hose is on the positive side of the battery, and the AGM came with a small white plug for the vent hose opening on the positive terminal, so I needed to remove the plug and transfer it to the negative side. Not a big deal, but the plug is almost flush with the battery case and not very large, so you need to take a little care in removal.
    Verified Buyer Recommended
    It's a battery.
    5 out of 5
    thewolfman
    Location: Michigan
    Date: May 22, 2016
    Product worked as described with one exception. On a 2008 987.1 Boxster the Battery vent hose will not reach the vent port. It is on the exact opposite side compared to the stock non-AGM battery. Every battery has of course two ports, but on the AGM Battery it is sealed on the (+) side and open on the (-) side. -- The battery still needs to be vented, regardless of it being AGM or not. Also this AGM battery is a bit heavier than stock. I measured the old battery at 41.6 lbs, the new AGM battery at 51.5 lbs., same 70Ah.
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    3 Total Reviews