RG-35AXC has the highest cranking power and capacity in the 35 Group.
Recombinant Gas - The RG® Series are low resistance, valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries.
NOTE: This aircraft battery is not designed or intended for turbine aircraft engine starting applications. Warranty coverage applies to reciprocating aircraft engine starting, and standby / essential power installations.
*NOTE* - The STC for some aircraft is available at an additional cost please call 877-4-SPRUCE (777823) if applicable to your aircraft.
The very best Battery fir my Bonanza.
I started with a Gill battery and got about 3 years service from it. I switched to the Concord RG-35axc and got 9 years of service and still working. I just replaced in the Cardinal 177B because I thought it was due. I also have always used the BatteryMINDer Model 12248-AA-S2 charger/ maintainer as recommended by Concord. I have used other BatteryMINDer charger/maintainers on other types of batteries with great results.
I am a tried and true Concorde fan, and polar opposite of Gill. I wouldnt pay good money for a Gill because of the terrible service they have.
This is the second time Iâve purchased this battery. The first one lasted about 15 years. Itâs top of the line.
Great value.I love this battery. I got 5 yrs of service out of the previous two batteries of this type. The extra cranking power is handy sometimes during hot starts on my Bonanza.
Shipped very quickly from Aircraft Spruce. After installation, airplane started like never before in our experience ...very quickly.
Concorde RG-35AXC is a great battery. The last one we purchased was in installed in our Cherokee 180 that flies 500 - 700 hours a year in a flying club. We installed that battery in October of 2015 and replaced it in January of 2021, so we got more than 5 years of service out of it. We replaced the battery in the Cherokee not because it failed, but because it seemed to be getting weaker on cold mornings (at, or slightly above, freezing in Dallas), and we were tired of club members reporting that they werent able to start the cold-soaked engine. In the last 20 plus years, weve probably purchased 6 of these batteries for multiple aircraft and have never gotten less than 4 - 5 years of service out of one of these batteries.
The first start after install was almost instantaneous. The prop didnt make even make a full rotation before it started. I highly recommend.
Excellent product and exceptional customer service.
Yes, this is a drop in replacement for this aircraft. 1) We maintain the charge in the batteries while they are in stock. A volt meter is a good way to determine present state of charge. 2) Please do pay special attention to avoid over-torquing. Torque information comes with the battery. 3) You need to contact the local FSDO for this question. per the manufacturer, we have an STC and PMA. The STC is available at no charge. Per Concorde, they just need the information sheet completed and they can can email for free. 4) Some installations do require modification of the battery box cover. This is covered in the STC. 5) We only recommend the BatteryMINDers listed under the "Accessories" tab of this web page
No, trickle charging this battery should cause any harm to the battery.
There is a form that is available in the "Documents" tab. It is the first one listed. Please download it, fill it out, and send it to Concorde and they will send the STC at no charge.
The cold crank amps rating is 440.0.
Concorde recommends the battery minder part number 11-07739 for charging, this is an 8 amp charger.
Yes, they are the same size.
Yes, the application is the same for both RG-35A and the RG-35AXC. The XC model is extra cranking and provides the highest cranking power and capacity in the 35 line. It is commonly used in cold weather applications.
Please see the link for the "Download RG-35AXC Diagram" in the 'Overview' tab of the web page. The dimensional drawing is included in the PDF.
The cold crank amps rating is 440.0.
Yes, per the application chart, the RG-35AXC should be the correct battery for your aircraft.