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AGM is still lead acid its just the acid is Absorbed by a Glass Mat (the acid is slightly higher specifig gravity, 1.32 instead of 1.27) As long as you don't go lower than OEM A/Hr it will be fine. AGM batteries are smaller and higher output due to the mat, plates can be closer together and use stronger acid. If you fit a 6~8 A/Hr battery instead of ~14 A/Hr it will 'boil dry' within a short time. It's possible (pretty easy) to remove top cap/strip and check it's still wet. You shouldn't have fluid showing but separators should be wet. Personally I've always had to add some de-ionised water to every one I've had. Even though they are 'sealed' there is an over pressure vent to stop them exploding if over chargedSquidHunter said:I
I’m still suspicious the battery I’ve chosen may be the root of my problems. Reason being, these components were designed to work with a lead acid battery. I chose a agm battery (for the warranty, mainly), and didn’t really do the homework before hand.
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VintageMBike, I'll bet your 900 runs real good wirth the CR carbs?