Go Lithium Racing Batteries

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  • 12 Volt
  • 850 Cranking
  • 20 AMP Hours of Reserve Power
  • Superior Prismatic Cell Technology
  • Internal Battery Management Circuitry
        • Alternator Compatible – 100 AMP Maximum with a max charge voltage of 13.75
        • Only 6.6 Pounds
        • 10 Year Service Life
        • Small Impact Resistant Case Size of 7″ x 7″ x 3.00″

Go Lithium 16v battery

  • 16 Volt
  • No Internal Wiring
  • Large Scale Billet Terminals
  • 1150 Cranking
  • 20 AMP Hours of Reserve Power
  • Superior Prismatic Cell Technology
  • Internal Battery Management Circuitry
  • Alternator Compatible – 100 AMP Maximum with a max charge voltage of 17.75
  • Only 9 Pounds
  • 10 Year Service Life
  • Small Impact Resistant Case Size of 8.75″ x 6.95″ x 3.00″

FREE SHIPPING on all GO Lithium Batteries through August

The GO Lithium battery has undergone 7 years of research, development, and testing. 

One test that all automotive batteries are subjected to is the CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) Test. This is a Pass/Fail Test done to verify the CCA rating. To conduct a pass/fail test, they load the fully charged battery with half of its claimed CCA and crank ONCE for 15 seconds. The voltage must stay above 9.6 during the 15 seconds of cranking for the battery to pass.
The GO Lithium Team did this same test with the new GO Lithium Prismatic cells, except they pulled FULL rated cranking for the 15 seconds. They waited one second and did it again. They repeated the 15 second cranking with 1 second pause 60 times before using the reserve power in the cell. The battery was slightly warm to the touch but it melted the shielding on the battery cables. GO Lithium’s Battery produced full rated and consistent power during the entire test and never slowed its cranking speed. Actually the cranking speed sped up as the battery temperature increased slightly.

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