Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Washington State
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Just got around to taking my car up to the Maserati dealer to have a new battery installed. They also recommend not going with the OEM "FIAMM" unit. They use Interstate now.
Anyhow, I also had them install the "Maserati Battery Tender". Its very cool. It cost about twice what a normal "Battery Tender" runs, but at least it say's Maserati on it! :-)
Part Number for the Maserati Battery Tender is: 920001808 and runs $119.99 (its made by CTEK exclusively for Maserati). What's nice about it, is that they installed it the same time they replaced the battery, and all you have to do is plug your extension cord into it. Now I can have my old "Battery Tender" back to use on my Lamborghini! :-)
For those that also want to know. The Interstate replacement Battery is:
85 Mo. Prorated Replacement Warranty. New battery cost: $134.95
They also run a new vent tube.
Couple shots showing "before and after":
1986 Lamborghini Countach 5000 QV (#GLA12002)
2005 Quattroporte #19022 (Sport Pkg. FD F1 Drive-By-Wire, BMC Air Filter)
2014 FIAT 500L "Trekking"
2010 Jeep Wrangler "Sahara"
Aerodynamics are for people who can't build engines -- Enzo Ferrari