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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-11-2019, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Hi bro is it the steal on this battery

Is it retail for 170$ right?

Make sure its fit on my bike


With batteries, you truly get what you pay for. Get a Yuasa YTZ 10S and be done with it.[/QUOTE]
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That's the right battery....but how old is it? They must be periodically maintenance charged during the time between manufacture and sale for installation. Ask what the standing oen voltage is.
12.7 or better is good.

Load test it when it arrives. If voltage drops to 12 or less and does not immediately return to 12.5 or higher when load is removed then it has been damaged from lack of maintenance.

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That's the right battery....but how old is it? They must be periodically maintenance charged during the time between manufacture and sale for installation. Ask what the standing oen voltage is.
12.7 or better is good.

Load test it when it arrives. If voltage drops to 12 or less and does not immediately return to 12.5 or higher when load is removed then it has been damaged from lack of maintenance.
He said its brand new not used
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When it won’t start, let out the clutch just to point where it catches and hit the start switch. Almost certain it will start. Had that with 800RR Dragster
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When it won’t start, let out the clutch just to point where it catches and hit the start switch. Almost certain it will start. Had that with 800RR Dragster
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He said its brand new not used
A "Brand New" "not used" Battery that has been sitting on a shelf for 5 years will not have the same capacity as a 6 month old new battery.


The typical retail for these batteries ais around $170.00 USD.

Ed's advice is sound. Load test the the battery when you get it after you have put it on a trickle charger for 24 hours.

The 24 hour trickle charge is a standard practice when initializing a "new" battery. You should always do this BEFORE installing a new battery.

The load test will tell you if the battery has any issues.
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He said its brand new not used
A "Brand New" "not used" Battery that has been sitting on a shelf for 5 years will not have the same capacity as a 6 month old new battery.


The typical retail for these batteries ais around $170.00 USD.

Ed's advice is sound. Load test the the battery when you get it after you have put it on a trickle charger for 24 hours.

The 24 hour trickle charge is a standard practice when initializing a "new" battery. You should always do this BEFORE installing a new battery.

The load test will tell you if the battery has any issues.
So charge new battery before install on the bike?

Can i charge with battery tender or bring it to auto zone or auto part shop to charge?
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Yes....charge it over night with your battery tender.
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