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Odyssey Extreme Power & Motorsports (ODS) AGM Battery
From NOK 1,396.50 Ex VAT From NOK 1,745.63 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey Battery Hold Down Bracket Kits
From NOK 1,222.80 Ex VAT From NOK 1,528.50 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey Battery Charger
From NOK 1,862.00 Ex VAT From NOK 2,327.50 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey SAE Battery Terminal Kit For M6 Female Terminals
NOK 243.66 Ex VAT NOK 304.58 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey SAE Battery Terminal Kit
NOK 190.72 Ex VAT NOK 238.40 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey Battery Terminal Stud Conversion With Wingnuts
NOK 87.65 Ex VAT NOK 109.56 ALL TAXES PAID
Odyssey 90 Degree Terminal Adaptor Brackets
NOK 34.31 Ex VAT NOK 42.89 ALL TAXES PAID
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Odyssey Extreme Power & Motorsports Battery ODS-AGM14
NOK 2,253.02 Ex VAT NOK 2,816.28 ALL TAXES PAID
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The kind of batteries used in competitive racing need to be far more powerful than typical car or motorcycle batteries. They need to be strong enough to provide the kind of extreme power required throughout the car or bike, and they need to offer the same level of performance that drivers, riders and teams expect of every single component, too. Odyssey batteries have been designed specifically for use in motorsport meaning that they already pack a serious punch offering extreme power when called upon. Models like the Odyssey PC680 racing battery have raised the bar in terms of power and performance in recent years, having been adapted and developed to meet the needs of modern racers and modern electronics. Furthermore, the motorsport foundations behind each and every Odyssey race battery helps to ensure that they can withstand the vibrations and heat generated during competition, helping to set them apart not only from traditional car and motorcycle batteries but also from the other racing battery manufacturers.