Car Audio Power Cell by Shuriken®. Shuriken Power Cells are the solution for powering your high-power car audio installation. These AGM batteries will never leak electrolyte and can be mounted anywhere in any position, even upside down. With a size and ampere-hour rating for every problem, Shuriken is the solution.
- Compact size
- Absorbed glass mat technology
- Can be mounted in any position, even upside down
- Low internal resistance
- Better mobile electronics performance
- Powers car audio system while parked
- Prevents that awkward car-won't-start embarrassment
AGM batteries have revolutionized the battery market. Because the acid electrolyte is absorbed into a fiberglass mat trapped between the lead plates, instead of bathing them in liquid, these batteries can't spill acid. Because any hydrogen generated during normal operation is captured and re-used inside the battery, they're safe to mount inside the vehicle or even right next to expensive electronics that you'd never mount next to a conventional flooded-cell battery. High-power car audio systems benefit greatly from having a dedicated battery. There's no voltage drop from the wiring that goes to the alternator, and you can run the audio system while parked without having to idle the engine or worry about running it down so far you can't start the car. Lower internal resistance in these specialized batteries lets your stereo provide its full output, free of distortion caused by marginal supply voltage. Available in many sizes and ampere-hour ratings, Shuriken batteries are also suitable for powering race cars, snow machines and motorcycles, and providing standby power for audio systems, computers, campers or anything else that needs power in the field. Mount one to power your 4x4's winch to keep from running your battery down. They make great trolling motors because they're less prone to damage from deep discharge.
Shuriken is a brand of car electronics mothership Metra, whose scions include Axxess Integrate, Connects2, Raptor, Ballistic Sound Suppression, Tsunami, Install Bay installation hardware and the Metra Home Theater group, Audio solutions and Ethereal. They also operate the Installer Institute in Florida for car audio technicians. Founded in 1949, in Daytona Beach, Metra has its footprint covering much of the mobile audio industry.