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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 10-11-2018, 09:40 AM
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The thing that worries me about lipos is the tendency to catch fire when charging... I ran one on my cafe but that was old and ratty, not sure Id take the risk on my MV.

I have a drone professionally (inspire 2) and part of my routine that I have to legally comply with is to charge all batteries in fireproof bags and not leave them unattended while charging...

Not saying it will happen to you, but Just saying...
You're not talking about the same battery mate, read more on this site about differences in Lithium based batteries.

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I bought the one sold my cyclegear when it was on sale, and it also has some really good reviews.. also i get that super 10% military discount at cyclegear. If someone is out fo the US and needs one, more than happy to help facilitate getting it over to you, also tax free & i get 10% discount there.

https://www.cyclegear.com/accessorie...mb1100-lithium
That is a relabeled NOCO Genius 1100 charger. That's a good price and a really good charger. And the lastest model (in your link) too, so suitable for Li batteries!

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The thing that worries me about lipos is the tendency to catch fire when charging... I ran one on my cafe but that was old and ratty, not sure Id take the risk on my MV.
I had the same worries. Implemented a lithium battery, but followed a few things :
First, before you put a Lithium battery in the bike, check charge circuit (if tension while engine is running is over 14.8V, you should check the regulator). Then, a small voltmeter displayed on the dashboard should help as well to avoid any issue and detect any regulator issue. Last, disconnect the battery while the bike is not running for long time (you won't have to recharge again when you reconnect to start the bike).
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So just an added note on 'warming up' your lithium battery for optimum performance

Recently i camped overnight near Mann River in NSW Australia - 2 degrees overnight. Switched my Oxford heated grips on on high for three minutes - the bike lazily turned over but not fast enough. Waited a further two minutes (with grips still on) and she fired up easily.

So if your battery is cold make sure to heat it up by putting something on that draws current - 5min with your heated grips should do it.
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post #25 of 33 (permalink) Old 04-13-2019, 02:33 AM Thread Starter
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Hi,
I have bought this battery ( https://www.skyrichbattery.com/produ...roducts_id=572 ). My mechanic will mount it but I have a doubt about initialization. Because he can't attach the battery on charge maintainer to do the first full recharge and so I think that I will take the bike from him and I will return to home where I can do the recharge.
So, Is it ok if the first full recharge I will do after the battery mounting (obviously I will turn on the bike to return to home)?
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Those batteries don't need "initialisation" man, go for a 15-20 min ride.
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Hi,
also this time I have been unlucky and, after a problem on my bike (and after a lot of attempts to start the bike), the battery goes down and now it isn't more efficient.
So, I have to change and I think to return to "normal" battery to avoid this problem (a "normal" battery I think that if goes down is rechargeable and it not lose the efficient).
I think to buy a YUASA battery.

What do you think?
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I think to buy a YUASA battery.

What do you think?
Yuasa is the "Gold Standard" for AGM motorcycle batteries. I think you will be making a good choice. Get a good "smart" battery tender to go with it.
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Hi,
also this time I have been unlucky and, after a problem on my bike (and after a lot of attempts to start the bike), the battery goes down and now it isn't more efficient.
So, I have to change and I think to return to "normal" battery to avoid this problem (a "normal" battery I think that if goes down is rechargeable and it not lose the efficient).
I think to buy a YUASA battery.

What do you think?
I think you are correct.

This is the battery you want:

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Before you install the battery, trickle charge the battery for 24 hours on a smart charger. You will have a much better result and longer battery life if you do.
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I found two models:
- Yuasa TTZ10S
- Yuasa YTZ10S

Do you confirm that YTZ10S is the newer model?
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