Re: Battery Exploded.
With 12 volt systems, it's not usually the voltage that does the damage, it's the current that creates the heat. Even a small 12 volt battery can put out a lot of current for a short time, and that means a lot of heat.
Sparks and explosive gasses are, of course, a different matter.
I have only seen one battery explode, and that was enough for me. It was our shop instructor showing us what not to do. It cost him a pair of pants, a shirt, and a tie. No bodily harm to anyone, fortunately.
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2006 Conquest, 54" deck, Vanguard engine