What is 24F battery?

What is 24F battery?

The group numbers are generally two digits and may be followed by a letter. 24F, for instance, is a common battery size that fits many Honda, Toyota, Nissan, and Acura vehicles. If you have an old battery for your automobile, it should have the group size listed on it.

What kind of battery is interstate Mega Tron Plus?

Thank you for your question. The Interstate Batteries MTP-78 battery is compatible with high electronic loads.

Are interstate MTP batteries good?

Q: Are Interstate Batteries any good? Interstate batteries come with high ratings, as they emerge as one of the best in the industry. In addition, these batteries come designed to appear sturdy, providing reliable and high-performance services.

What is MTP battery?

MTP Line Car and Truck Batteries Interstate Batteries’ MTP line has you covered with high-cranking performance for cold to moderate climates. With 30-month free replacement and six-year performance, this line of car and truck batteries will meet or exceed vehicle starting needs to get you where you need to be.

What’s the difference between a 24 and a 24F battery?

Only difference between a 24 and a 24F(rarely called a 24R) is the polarity. I’d like to see the chart saying the battery size is smaller. So the battery will fit but the cables will probably not be able to attach to the battery.

Is Interstate Mega Tron plus a AGM battery?

Thanks to a nonspillable design, our Cycle-Tron® powersports absorbed glass-mat (AGM) batteries practically take care of themselves.

Do AGM batteries last longer than lead acid batteries?

AGM batteries generally last longer than standard lead acid batteries. Because of their low self-discharge rate, AGM batteries also last longer than their flooded counterparts when not in use. A well-maintained AGM can last up to 7 years, while flooded batteries typically last around 3-5 years.

Do AGM batteries last longer than lead-acid batteries?

What does F stand for on a battery?

Learn about battery-related abbreviations and make use of conversions

$ Dollar in US currency (exchange rate of ca. first quarter 2016)
F Fahrenheit (°F – 32) x 5/9 = °C)
f Farad (unit of capacitance)
FAA Federal Aviation Administration
FC Fuel cell