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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Yamaha R6 batteries to ensure that you have every truck or car battery option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Yamaha R6 batteries, so that whether you are looking for the best Yamaha R6 car battery or a discount car battery replacement or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Yamaha R6 truck or car battery needs!


WHY TO BUY?
The battery is at the heart of your vehicle; without a working battery you are going nowhere. Batteries are responsible for providing the necessary high-amperage current to start your car, but are also crucial for running accessories such as custom stereo systems. If your vehicle is starting-up slowly it may be time to invest in a good-quality battery. Aftermarket batteries will give you improved cranking performance and trouble free operation for years to come. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a great selection of batteries for you to choose from. No matter what your power requirements you are sure to find the perfect battery in our selection.
DID YOU KNOW?
In the early days of the automobile there was no single standard for batteries. Some vehicles used 6 volt systems while others used 24 volt systems. Eventually the 12 volt system became the industry standard, however there are still plenty of variances in car batteries in terms of amperage ratings. If you are running high-draw accessories such as a custom stereo system or an electronic winch, the standard battery may not cut it. Fortunately there are high performance battery options available to help keep your electrical system working properly so that you don't miss a beat. When in doubt we highly recommend stepping up to a heavy duty battery.
FAQ's
Q: What is a battery? Why buy one? How do I choose which one is best for my vehicle?
A: Batteries are the electronic power source for your vehicle. When you go to start your engine it is your battery that supplies the juice, and when your battery begins to fail it can cause a host of running issues from dimming lights to misfires to the entire vehicle shutting down. If you have noticed your car starting slower than normal it is time to have your battery checked and most likely replaced with a brand new unit. A new battery will restore lost performance and keep your vehicle starting like a champ for many years to come.

There are numerous battery options to choose from. Many people simply replace their battery with a unit similar to what was in there. While this might work for your average commuter car there are other choices that you may want to closely consider. For those who are after the ultimate in performance for their track machine, lightweight racing batteries may be just the thing. A normal car battery weighs a lot, but these racing batteries are super lightweight to keep your ride light and limber which will help drop your lap times. The main down side of racing batteries is that they are not capable of putting out the high amperage of larger units so they are not well suited for use in vehicles that run a lot of electronic accessories. If you are not worried about weight but do run electronic accessories such as winches, driving lights or high powered stereos then you are going to want a high-powered aftermarket battery that is capable holding up to high-amperage draw. Many of these heavy duty batteries feature a sealed design that also adds to their durability and makes them maintenance free. If you do decide that you want a simple replacement battery we recommend that you check the Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) rating and Cranking Amps rating and find a replacement that has ratings equal to or higher than what you are replacing.








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