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When it’s time for a new UTV battery, check out our selection here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Navigating confusing diagrams about which batteries are interchangeable can be a pain, but we’ve created a system that makes everything easy when you shop with us. All you need to do is enter your machine’s details on this page to see exactly what side-by-side batteries we have available for your machine. This makes shopping for a new UTV battery easy – you know that what you’re getting will work great for your vehicle.
We carry a variety of battery brands and types to ensure that you have the options you want. We don’t want you to feel confined to use a particular battery because that’s all you can find. That’s why for most UTVs, we have at least two batteries available – and often more than that. From gel batteries to acid batteries, we’ve got choices, and many of them of sealed and maintenance free.
Here are a few of the brands that we stock:
The high-power demands of UTVs inspire many riders to equip their machine with a second battery, ensuring that accessories like lights or stereos work without drawing essential starting power. If your side-by-side isn’t already set up this way, you might want to consider it. This is a worthwhile modification.
Whether you’re replacing your UTV battery or just adding a second one, you can’t go wrong with the selection you’ll find here. Take a look at our selection now to discover what will be soon be powering your side-by-side.
tod in CO
I highly recommend this battery for any electric-start only KTM owner. Fits well and they include a variety of foam pads to ensure a perfect fit. Noticably lighter than stock. Turns the engine over quicker than the NEW STOCK BATTERY.Read All Reviews
MATTHEW in CA
Installed the 4 cell on a DR200SE and shaved nearly 5lbs off this very heavy bike. Noticed no loss in performance over stock even on cold mornings. Held a charge despite being unused and not using a trickle charger for several weeks. I'll definitely be upgrading my other bikes' batteries to Ballistics as they wear out. Got one for my KTM 450EXC about the time that I sold the DR. Had it about 6 months before it started dying after a few starts. I kept it on a quality tender whenever I wasn't going to be riding for a few days. Finally got so bad that it would only start right after coming off the tender. Voltage confirmed my suspicions - 13~V on tender, take it off, in 2 hours its down to 12V, next morning, 11V... Love the weight but not for a battery that costs 2x as much and lasts half as long.Read All Reviews