Batteries & Chargers
Race cars use race gas instead of 87 octane pump gas. Likewise, your race car should have a legitimate race battery instead of a standard street car battery so it can endure the harsh conditions you put it through on track. Stiff springs, thick sway bars, and solid bushings all work towards ending a battery sooner every lap. A battery designed for racing will have the extra features to overcome harmonics, sharp impacts, and the demand of a relocated battery using extra cable length and a high compression engine. That big camshaft sounds great but with the timing advanced as far as you can go, the cranking load can be extreme. Choose a racecar battery that matches not only your needs but budget.