"Although two batteries might have the same chemistry (AGM and flooded lead-acid both use lead, for example) the geometry and configuration of the internal components (anode and cathode) can give them different performance capabilities. The AH and capacity don’t always tell the whole story," Kevin Clemens of The Velocity Workshop said. "In the case of an AGM versus flooded lead-acid, the AGM typically has more lead surface in contact with the electrolyte and usually has better overall performance."Yes, they both have the same power but one is made of Lead-acid and another one is an AGM type. So from your reply, does it mean that the type of material of the battery has no impact on the battery performance?
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