- Voltage: 12
- Capacity AH (C20): 16
- CCA: 170
- Size (L x W x H): 150 x 90 x 160
- Warranty: 1 Year
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How to find the correct battery
The easiest way to find the right motorcycle battery is to use the old battery. On most batteries a Japan Code (DIN Code) can be found. These are standardized across manufacturers. If there is no code on your battery, it is best to orientate yourself by the pole layout, dimensions and technology of the previously installed battery. Use our filter options for this.
Please select the battery which the manufacturer has intended for your machine. The installation of technologies that are not intended can lead to the failure of various functions or even negatively affect the lifespan of the battery.
Do you know the different technologies of motorcycle batteries?
Here you can read the difference:
Wet battery: In these batteries the acid mixture (electrolyte) is liquid. These batteries must be filled before installation. This has the advantage that batteries do not age until they are filled. The motorcycle batteries are dry pre-charged at the factory. Instructions for filling batteries are included in the package.
AGM (Absorbent Glass Mat): With AGM batteries, the electrolyte is completely bound in a glass fibre fleece after filling, so these batteries are leak-proof and maintenance-free even if damaged. This technology can be installed upright or lying down up to 45°.
The motorcycle batteries are dry pre-charged when shipped from the factory. Instructions for filling batteries are included in the package.
Pure lead battery: A lead-tin alloy is used in these batteries, which gives these batteries a higher Cranking Amps. The construction is similar to an AGM battery, therefore these batteries are also leak-proof and maintenance-free. These batteries are filled and pre-charged at the factory.
Gel: The liquid electrolyte is bound in a gel by adding silicic acid. Gel batteries can be installed upright and lying up to 45°. These batteries are filled and pre-charged at the factory and are completely maintenance-free. Due to a higher internal resistance, these batteries deliver lower starting power than comparable acid or AGM batteries.
Prepare your motorbike for the next season
To ensure that your motorbike is ready for next season, you should consider these tips:
- Disconnect the battery completely from the electrical connection if the motorcycle is to be left standing for a long period of time.
- Charge the battery at regular intervals (4-8 weeks) completely overnight (at least 12 hours).
- Use a charger that is suitable for your battery technology.