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This is a Maintenance Free Battery.
***It comes dry with an enclosed acid bottle to activate the battery.***
Once activated, the battery becomes a sealed, maintenance-free, dry-charge battery.
After filling install the sealing strip and your worries about keeping your battery full of water are over.
After activation do not remove the sealing strip and attempt to add water, also enclosed are new bolts.
Excellent Shock and vibration resistance
Battery Family: Maintenance Free
Battery Type: YTX9-BS
Capacity: 8 Ah (20 H.R.)
Dimensions: 5.9" x 3.425" x 4.133"
Weight: 5.4 lbs.
Metric Dimensions: 150mm x 87mm x 105mm
Metric Weight: 2.5 kg
Acid Volume: 0.45
This battery will fit:
ATVs: Arctic Cat, Cannondale, Dazon, E-Ton, Honda, Kawasaki, Kymco, Polaris, Suzuki, and Dazon
Motorcycles: ATK, Benelli, Cagiva, Dazon, Honda, Kawasaki, Husaberg, KTM, Kymco, Suzuki, Yamaha, Triumph
Honda EU3000 (Generator) Tractor
This information is intended to be used as a reference. Please review manufacturer information before buying and installing any battery.
Bought this battery April 2014....used it for a 250cc scooter....now it is load testing bad and cranking the scooter slow. Going to try a Yuasa battery... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mojeve
I've never had good luck with anything other than yuasa. I figured i'd give this a try. And i couldn't be happier. It's working great now, hopefully it holds up.Published 5 months ago by Jonathon C.
Simple to set up and charge. Working very well so far and holds charge beautifully (now that my alternator coil has been replaced!)Published 7 months ago by Tulip
I have a 05 Honda trx 400 ex and its held up to the rough quad riding. Simple filling the tubes. Hard part was getting a 1 amp trickle charger. I used a buddies 1. Read morePublished 9 months ago by jesse carmichael
This one worked good and the price was fair. The shipping was fairly fastPublished 9 months ago by Larry Mosteller