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Author Subject: Battery advice ?
iplay

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Post #1
I used Bosch S5 005 63Ah Type 27 ... but the recent ones have not been so good.

Has battery technology moved on? Any advice or suggestions most welcome.

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Posted 9th Aug 2018 at 12:29
Joep

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Location: Urmond (The Netherlands)

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Post #2
I have BOSCH batteries. Like them. Was using Varta first, but my local shop does not sell these anymore. That's why I switched to BOSCH. We have them in all our cars (306 GTI, 306 XSi (with RFS engine), 206 1.6 16v, 306 convertible).

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Posted 9th Aug 2018 at 12:37
miki4

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Post #3
Bosch and Varta batteries most probably are the same anyway and should be a good pick. Both belong to Johnson Controls. I have a Varta AGM in mine because of my audio setup. It's pretty good but you would need to tune your alternator for a higher output voltage for a AGM battery or it will never get full in colder weather. Better use any usual starter battery of good quality. Test the CCA (current) before the warranty expires and take it back to the dealer for a replacement if it doesn't meet the expected values.
Posted 10th Aug 2018 at 12:58
rudolf

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I've used Bosch Silver for years

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Posted 14th Aug 2018 at 00:57

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