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Blood Sweat Tears and Grease => Electrical => Topic started by: Scooter trash on Jan 11, 2018, 17:49:39

Title: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Scooter trash on Jan 11, 2018, 17:49:39
This is a higher amp output that the AGM battery puts out. Running a larger electric fuel pump, and a scavenge oil pump, I've had low voltage reading during drag meets. Anyone have experience with these, they are also 1/4th the weight. 
Title: Re: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Sonreir on Jan 11, 2018, 18:45:20
They're awesome. We're a dealer and they're the only batteries we stock. I even run one in my car.
Title: Re: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Scooter trash on Jan 11, 2018, 19:12:18
Which one for a zx14 Kawasaki 2007?
Title: Re: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Sonreir on Jan 11, 2018, 19:52:54
If it's for the track, you could probably get away with an ETX12 and keep it topped up with a charger between runs. I'd go up to ETX16 if using it for the street.
Title: Re: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Scooter trash on Jan 11, 2018, 21:58:50
I have 51k miles and it is a daily ride. I use about 4 amps more than stock, I'm not fighting for ounces. During a pass, the fan, fuel pump, and scavenge pump, are drawing amps, I pull the headlight fuse to help out.
Title: Re: Dry cell battery lithium
Post by: Sonreir on Jan 11, 2018, 22:10:41
If you want to free up a little more power (not a lot, but it might be measurable) I'd swap over to an SH775 regulator/rectifier.

ETX18 is what I meant, btw.