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Polaris RZR Dual Battery Kit
Polaris RZR Dual Battery Kit
Polaris RZR Dual Battery Kit
Polaris RZR Dual Battery Kit

Polaris RZR Dual Battery Kit

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Easily ADD a second battery and monitor the health of both with the new TrueAM UTV dual battery connection and monitoring kit. This kit includes a Full Throttle AGM battery, aTrueAM battery isolator along with all of the power cables, connectors, relays, and other accessories needed to add an accessory battery to your vehicle. The new monitor will display the voltage of each battery so that you can see the voltage of each battery. This will help you know if/when you have drained your battery down while also showing the health of your primary battery. 

This kit includes:

  • (1) Full Throttle FT410 Battery | Spec Sheet
  • (1) UTV-SBI-18 with Insulators and 3M Dual Lock™
  • (1) 12 Inch #6 black cable with 6mm (1/4″) lugs
  • (1) 12 Inch #6 Red (Primary) Cable with 6mm (1/4″) lugs
  • (1) 18 inch #6 Red (Secondary) Cable with 6mm (1/4″) lugs
  • On/Off Relay and Socket
  • Add on option:    36mm Single Meter Dual Display Blue LED Volt Meter and 8 Foot Duplex Wire with Connectors for Meter
Fits:
  • 2014-2021 Polaris RZR XP 1000
  • All 2015-2021 Polaris RZR Models

Why Should I add a Second Battery?

Adding a second battery will allow you to use your accessories when the vehicle is turned off, without having to worry about starting your engine back up. When you add a second battery, you wire your accessories to your auxiliary battery. This way, when the vehicle is off, they pull from the voltage of the second battery instead of the battery that is used to charge the car. When the car is on, the isolator switches over and allows your vehcile's charging system to charge both batteries. This is perfect if you are ever stuck and need to winch out, if you need to use lights for a repair, or if you just want to play your vehicle's stereo system while in camp.