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Really Light Stuff - Odyssey PC680 Bracket by NCI

rls Odyssey PC680 Bracket by NCI
- LASER cut aluminum for perfect fit
- no modifications, no drilling, 100% reversible
- red anodized for durability and corrosion resistance
- fitment: Elise and Exige
- perfect fit for PC680 in your Lotus; not a "one size fits all" solution.
- rugged, multi-point attachment
- secured in every direction:go ahead, hit that rumble strip... your battery isn't going anywhere!
- designed and built by motor sports fabricator North Coast Innovations

- Introductory price: $58.00
- Shipping May 14th. NOW SHIPPING.

Note: We also sell the PC680 battery for $120.00. If you order both at the same time, we can combine shipping. PM for details.
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Hooooooooooooooooooooooooooooold..... Hoooooolddddd....

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Hmmm, that's my battery. Do you have a terminal solution for it so if it dies (or if someone's car by me dies) I can jump it?
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Here is an exact dimension alternative to the PC680 that will fit this bracket perfectly at signficant savings and more reserve.

BAB26-12&#160;&#160;&#160;Tempest High Performance Sealed Lead-Acid AGM Rechargeable Battery

So for the price of a new PC60, you can get this battery plus this bracket.
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Pictures will be posted today w/ pricing, thanks for being patient.

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Hmmm, that's my battery. Do you have a terminal solution for it so if it dies (or if someone's car by me dies) I can jump it?
sweetdaddyd i can look into a terminal setup that could be mounted between the two plate lights in the rear.you could plug in your charger or a set of cables to.
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There are so many different types of Pc680 when I google it. Are they all the same size? I am not sure which to purchase with this bracket.
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There are so many different types of Pc680 when I google it. Are they all the same size? I am not sure which to purchase with this bracket.
that is the Odyssey part number.pc680.i have heard that batteries plus stocks the odyssey pc680 battery for a good price.
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that is the Odyssey part number.pc680.i have heard that batteries plus stocks the odyssey pc680 battery for a good price.
We sell the battery too. Maybe I can set up a group buy for the battery & bracket.

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How much for the battery and bracket?
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We sell the battery too. Maybe I can set up a group buy for the battery & bracket.
Crap.. Didn't know you sold the batteries as well.. I ordered one last night from Summit Racing in preparation of getting your bracket...

Check your PM's..
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We sell the battery too. Maybe I can set up a group buy for the battery & bracket.
I would be interested. My Braille is four years old ...
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Very interested. Can there be an extra tab to mount a cutoff switch?

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Very interested. Can there be an extra tab to mount a cutoff switch?
A cutoff switch is designed to fit on top of the bracket, on the flat in front of the center lightening hole. I'll post photos later today.

You can buy it here for about $22. Battery Switches

Del City also has the lug that you will need to connect to the Odyssey battery. (Your stock battery has round posts, the Odyssey does not.) I can post part #'s later if you need them.

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Add the battery to the bracket for $120.00. If memory serves, this is a 14 or 15 lb weight savings over stock battery.

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