The i48CS is an excellent direct replacement for the Group 48 battery found in many luxury, exotic and performance vehicles. This models is the most powerful Group 48 starting battery on the market today. It offers over 2500 amps of starting power & 150 lithium amp hour of capacity. Electrically superior and over 40 pounds lighter, this is the best way to improve the dynamic and electrical performance of your vehicle.
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Braille Lithium delivers a higher, cleaner voltage which improves the performance of every electrical component and has shown to provide: quicker starting, improved management & data logging performance, less horsepower draw from the alternator due to efficient charging (5 times faster than lead), will last 3-5 times longer (especially under the harshest environments), much more reliable, all of this on top of the significant weight savings. They also don’t self-discharge, so if the battery is disconnected (no draw or via power disconnect switch), they can sit for over a year and still have over 13 volts to start the vehicle. To get all these benefits in one simple step makes it a very cost effective upgrade!!
It is due to these reasons that Braille Lithium is currently being used in every Indycar & Indy Lights car (new in 2015), every car in the DTM (Audi/BMW/Mercedes), SuperGT (Nissan/Honda/Lexus/Subaru) and Australian V8 Supercar (Volvo, Nissan, Mercedes, Holden, Ford) series, nearly every car in the IMSA TUDOR series (factory Corvettes, Vipers, Ferrari, Porsche, BMW), Formula 1 and top teams in NASCAR, drag racing, off-road, Rally (all Olsbergs cars), along with the Porsche GT3 Cup champions in Germany & Canada and so on.
Race Winning Lithium Technology Designed for the Enthusiast and the Professional. Tremendous Weight Savings, Original Equipment Replacement Sizing and Superior Starting. Excellent Off-Season Storage Performance. Brass Terminals, and High Amp Design.
**Marine Sealing is available and required for batteries used in marine or other applications where unit may be exposed to water directly, as lithium batteries are not intended to be exposed to water unless marine sealed. (additional cost, varies by lithium model)