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What battery for 910R from 2007?

Hi,

it seems difficult to find the right battery for my 910R from 2007.

Does anyone have a good tip which one to use or a piccie from how the poles should sit.

Maybe my cables are wrong.

Will try to post a piccie how things are on my bike.

Thanks in advance!

p.s. the old one was a France CTZ-10S with the PLUS on the right side...

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YTZ10S standard motorcycle battery fit mine. if you get the Lithium Ion equivalent of the YTZ10S, poles might be in the wrong position, had to tug on wires for Lithium Ion.
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The battery for the 910R 2007 is an

Yuasa YTZ10S

but I would recommend:

LITHIUM-IONEN

for example:

https://www.motorrad-ersatzteile24.d...0Batterie.html

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Any equivalent to the Yuasa YTZ-10S will work.

The issue with fitment is that people have a hard time realizing that the battery, be it Lithium or AGM, mounts on its SIDE...this places the (-) terminal to the front and the cabling fits just fine.

This has been covered ad infinitum in many section of this forum. there are good pictures in the manual (attached)

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Any equivalent to the Yuasa YTZ-10S will work.

The issue with fitment is that people have a hard time realizing that the battery, be it Lithium or AGM, mounts on its SIDE...this places the (-) terminal to the front and the cabling fits just fine.

This has been covered ad infinitum in many section of this forum. there are good pictures in the manual (attached)

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is it that difficult to put the battery in the right way come on guys how many times have i seen this in the days of technology take a photo if you are unsure, before you take the old one out
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Thanks gents, really helpful!

p.s. i did a search on the Brute Forum before posting, but to no succes

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is it that difficult to put the battery in the right way come on guys how many times have i seen this in the days of technology take a photo if you are unsure, before you take the old one out

Yes, apparently it is since there are myriad threads about fried electrical components because people make assumptions.

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