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Author Topic: Reccomend a battery  (Read 865 times)

Offline Loctite77

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Reccomend a battery
« on: Aug 01, 2015, 10:05:57 »
Hey there Sonreir. I am going to order one of your batteries soon as well as one of your R/R. Can you recommend a battery size for my CB750F? electric start, all LED lighting, general around town riding with the occasional 1-2hr trip. Also is the R/R plug into the stock plugs? Thanks

Offline pwafer

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Re: Reccomend a battery
« Reply #1 on: Aug 17, 2015, 16:32:14 »
I have read good things about the Anti-gravity lithium ion batteries. Especially if you are trying to eliminate weight/space.

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Re: Reccomend a battery
« Reply #2 on: Sep 22, 2015, 17:40:48 »
Sorry... can't believe I missed this one.

ETX18 series is a good match for your bike, though you can get away with an ETX12 if you keep the stop-and-go traffic to a minimum.

Our R/R does plug into the stock harness, yes. The green wire on the regulator will not be used though.
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