When it comes to optimal performance, running a properly functioning battery in your Can-am Maverick is crucial — especially if you have a few power-hungry aftermarket accessories like winches, stereos, and lights attached to your rig. For those among us with machines stuffed to the brim with aftermarket UTV accessories, setting up a dual battery system can work wonders. Not only can you designate one battery for specific uses, but you’ll always have a backup battery ready to rock should one battery die or become otherwise impaired. Furthermore, with a Can-am Maverick dual battery kit, you’ll never again have to leave your side-by-side running while stopped out on the trail out of fear that it might not start back up again. There are various ways to configure a dual battery system and different methods to regulate which battery gets charged and when. You can set it up as one single circuit, or have two distinct, standalone, systems with each battery. In terms of Can-am Maverick battery replacements and battery upgrades, of course Yuasa is an option, but companies like Optima also make great UTV batteries that fit nicely and work well in the Can-am Maverick. Regardless of which battery you have, it is always wise to bring along a battery charger on the trail and use a battery maintainer when the side-by-side is not in use. Many UTV battery chargers these days come with built-in processors to insure precision when charging which extends the life of the battery. Furthermore, a good charger should be able to detect automatically whether the battery is six or twelve volts.
Even with a UTV battery maintainer or Can-am Maverick battery charger, electric issues can still cause the battery to drain and eventually die when sitting stagnant for short periods of time. If this is happening with your Maverick, you should first start by testing to see what the voltage draw is in a key-off scenario. Buy, rent, or borrow your neighbors multimeter, pull the negative terminal off of the battery, then test to see what the amperage is going through it. Anything over 50 milliamps is bad. If you do find that the amperage is higher than 50 milliamps, start pulling fuses to see what systems are using the voltage. Things like whips and winches that run off of wireless remotes can often be problematic because they're constantly looking for a signal, which can run the battery dead. If this turns out to be the case, you can put your accessories on a true power on off switch so that when you shut them off, the module will be reset. Another issue we’ve seen is the particle separator being wired up wrong. In some cases, the relay trigger comes direct from the battery, not from the ignition like it’s supposed to, causing the relay to be held on all the time and eventually draining it. In this case the feed power was off an ignition source, but it should be other way around. But barring any wiring issue, a solid UTV battery like the ones here at Everything Can-Am Offroad should be more than enough for the average rider. So if you’re looking for a battery, battery charger, battery maintainer, or any other battery-related aftermarket accessory, you’ve come to the right place!
When it comes to choosing the charger for the job, if you are looking for one that you can use in the garage, we carry those as well as voltage checkers. The options that we carry allow you to charge from one battery at a time all the way up to 8 batteries at a time. Whatever your offroad plans are, having a voltage tester is important in your UTV life. If you have had your UTV parked up for some time then you may be needing a charge and the best and obviously most accurate way to assess that is with a voltage checker. Optimate leads the charge… literally and figuratively speaking, however, there are other UTV aftermarket parts brands that you can consider and these include UTV Inc, RT Pro, TMW Offroad, Spike Power Sports, and EMP. These brands all deliver on high end parts. We carry the best brands and offer competitive prices as a result of our long-standing commitment to carrying them and only the best. Both you and your machine can benefit also from you having a set of jumper cables on hand just in case and so can a fellow rider, who may have stalled and is having a tough day. All that you can need when it comes to batteries and chargers for your machine is right here. This extends to the Can-Am Maverick, Maverick MAX, Maverick Sport, Maverick Trail, Maverick X3 and the Maverick X3 MAX.
Attempting ridiculously long trips requires a checklist of your essential components and your battery should be the first one to get you started. Take charge of your battery life to ensure that stalls, shut-downs, and putting off trips due to a dead battery never happen to you again. Your 2020 Can-Am Maverick will be ready to face it all. At Everything Can-Am Offroad, we have all of the battery components that you need. You can get an Under-Seat Odyssey PC925 Battery Tray for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick, a Battery and ECU Cover Set for your 2020 Can-AM Maverick MAX or an Odyssey PC925 Battery Hold-Down Strap for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3. We also have battery accessories available for your 2020 Can-Am Maverick X3 MAX, your 2020 Can-Am Maverick SPORT and your 2020 Can-Am Maverick TRAIL. So there’s no need to fret if you wake up in the morning and your battery is dead because you left your headlights on. A quick charge is all that you’ll need to get back on the road. Get batteries and chargers for your side by side from Everything Can-Am Offroad.
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