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Battery options

Any suggestions on agm or lithium batteries?

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I like Motobatteries for AGM.

Motobatt MBTZ10S 12V 8.6Ah AGM Battery I believe is the one for your bike.

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Using a balistic 320cca battery on F3... but have great success with Shorai.

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I’m a Shorai guy through and through. Running an LFX19A4-BS12 in my 1078RR along with the BSM-01 tender. On my second because you can’t let them freeze (oops!), but that’s what the tender is for going forward 🙂

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I'm satisfied with my Yuaza YTZ10S AGM maintenance free battery.
2,5 years/3500km old. Always put on battery tender after a ride and gives quick solid starts ups. Even when hot (which I heard some have problems with)

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8+ years on Yuasa AGM batteries .... they live on the tender (smart chargers...NOCO and Optimate) when I'm not riding... on a lot of bikes over the years.

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I have had the Shido (i think) MV branded lithium, dealer fitted FOC from new 4 yrs ago as the battery in the bike was faulty when they checked it.

Also have Shorai in my other bike for the last 5 years, just works great, so light compared to the original, has to be the easiest way to drop a few Kg off if you have a big battery

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Shorai, a dedicated charger, installed in 2009.
Just found a couple of broken lead wire coming from the charger (the weak point in design). The cable is replaceable for about 11 bucks. I recommend getting an extra 12v cable if you go this route.

Also installed High Capacity Oxygen-Free Copper DC Distribution Circuit. Moto always starts immediately.
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Shorai, a dedicated charger, installed in 2009.
Just found a couple of broken lead wire coming from the charger (the weak point in design). The cable is replaceable for about 11 bucks. I recommend getting an extra 12v cable if you go this route.

Also installed High Capacity Oxygen-Free Copper DC Distribution Circuit. Moto always starts immediately.
https://motolectric.com/makes/mv_agusta.html
using a JMT LITHIUM 2 YEARS NEVER CHARGED IT and theas battery leads https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ES-27-MV-...sAAOSwq9lZfLaO the picturs you get for intalation are of my bike it was the prototype mock up.
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