Pandemonium Speed Box Battery Box

If you build from the ground up and like the speed look of this battery box, the only things that you need to know are:

1- Made from 1/8″ steel with aluminum strap and stainless steel hardware. 2- Dimensions are 7 5/16″ long, 3 7/16″ wide, 5.00″ tall, enough to fit both Odyssey battery models 545 and 680. 3- Price: $110.00.

Order online and see other goodies at Pandemonium Custom Choppers Webstore.

3 Responses to “Pandemonium Speed Box Battery Box”

  1. 1 Darin Maltsberger - Instructor@MTI Jul 24th, 2011 at 6:49 pm

    The students at Mitchell Technical Institute utilized one of these fantastic battery boxes in their build this past spring. I reccommend anyone looking for some cool components for a bike build, check out Pandemoniums’ website. They create some really awesome products, and they will definitely help you figure out any details you need help with. Thanks again to the crew at Pandemonium.

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Jul 24th, 2011 at 7:41 pm

    The boxes are nice looking.
    With the right back-lighting, the battery electrolyte might could be read through the holes (in a translucent battery), without removing the battery.
    And, any one still using a maintenance-type battery should NEVER put up a new battery (no matter if it’s an old shelf-life, every cell choked-full of white fuzzy effervescence one). As long as a battery hasn’t been overheated (ie.; using an AUTO charger on an M/C battery and warped the separator plates), the cadmium additive will bring it back to life.
    All of my batteries get this added before acid. I have an 11 yr. old H2, 6V batt. in the Panhead now. Never used. Sat on a shelf since 2000. All three cells filled with white fuzz. I poured cad soup in the cells – and the fuzz-fizzed like a big Alka-Seltzer.
    11 yrs. ago, and when I put my BatteryTender® on the terminals this morning, it went from “charging” to “monitor charging” within ten minutes. 🙂
    I have a Honda 250 Reble 12V, 3yr. J.C Whit battery, I’m going on 5 yrs. with it.
    Buy a quart of the stuff and go out and make some friends. 🙂

  3. 3 nuno maroco Jul 26th, 2011 at 4:55 pm

    Simple and Cool, nice loock.

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