Odyssey PC925 battery
Just installed a new battery in my Teryx.
I took the stock battery out and there's a couple of bracket that are bolted down to the Battery tray. I pulled them out and that made enough room to stand the Odyssey on it's side on the factory battery tray.
The holes where the brackets were bolted down are threaded with an M8 nut, and are just wide enough to fit the battery between.
I bought a 3ft chunk of 8mm ready rod from a hardware store as well as a few hex nuts, washers and a pair of Wing nuts.
The Ready rod was cut down to 8.7 inch lengths. I put two nuts on one end and locked them together. Then I threaded them into them into the bracket holes in the battery tray and tightened them down.
I dropped the battery in and hooked up the leads. The factory lead ends work, but you have to flip them over. Would probably look a little more professional if you changed them, but you don't have to.
I fashioned a "hold down" out of a piece of 1/4" X 1.5" flat bar cut down to 8.5" long. With a folded up layer of flooring underlay between the hold down and the battery, (had no rubber). Then I tightened down the wing nuts.
Was pretty simple actually.
2010 Teryx LE,
Muzzy's Duel Exhaust
Dalton Clutch Kit
HW Overdrive Clutch Cover
K&N Modded Air Filter
HID Light bar
Odyssey PC925 Battery
Black Rhino gauge Pod (Tach, volt, W Temp)
Muzzy 840, Stage II cams, 38mm throttle bodies,
324 injectors, Water impeller,
new stock crank, rods and barring