|Item Weight||3.85 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 12 x 12 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2113-0261|
|Vehicle Service Type||motorcycle, all-terrain-vehicles|
Ballistic Performance Lithium EVO2 12V 16-Cell Motorcycle Battery, Red, 500 Amps, Mpn: 100-013
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- Size: One Size
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- Color: Red
- Warranty: 3-year warranty. See manufacturer site for full details. These batteries are manufactured for Motorcycles, ATVs and Jet-Skis, any other manner of use voids the warranty. Buyer is responsible for shipping with any warranty claim. Any parasitic draw(clock, alarm, computer, faulty wiring, etc) way void the warranty.
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Up to 80% smaller than the stock battery. Up to 10lbs Lighter than the stock battery. Service life of over twice a lead acid in similar conditions. 3 year warranty. Designed, developed, & assembled in the USA. Hard mounted brass terminals for a direct replacement installation. Completely “dry” technology so batteries can be mounted in any direction. Non-toxic, recyclable, & can be air shipped. Applications for powersports vehicles from 50cc - 1800cc. Tested extensively by professional race teams. Impact & water resistant. No special charger required. No trickle charger required, loses only 10% of charge over a year of static use.---------------16 Cell EVO2 (100-013)Dimensions: 112MM (L) x 112MM (W) x 108MM (H)Positive Terminal Location: Right. Weight: 1350 grams (3 lb)Voltage (Charged): 13.6VAmperage: 28 Pbeq A/HCold Cranking Amps: 500 CCAOperating Environment: -18°C (0°F) to 60°C (140°F)Typical Applications: Large Harleys, 1500cc and up 4 cylinders
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First one they sent , wrong size, so I went to Ballistic website punched in my bike and they said you need
xxx size battery, so I ordered another one, WRONG SIZE AGAIN. They even say on their website some bikes may need to modify the battery box, but they will not tell you that if you buy this battery YOU WILL NEED TO MODIFY.
Here is an idea, just make the right size battery, then the positive / negative terminals are on the wrong side, negative on the left and positive on the right, oh yes they will sell you extension cables to reach the correct side at another $50 bucks on top of their way overpriced battery, then they want you to buy a special charger to go with it. Give me a break, I have since heard of many stories of this battery exploding, Ballistic sucks, do not turn and walk the other way, run run run like hell.
I spent a lot of time building a custom bracket to hold this battery and and put in a device that disconnected the battery to protect it. Now two batteries later I can not go out for a ride, instead I am looking for a new battery. This was a complete time and money wasting effort. Save yourself time and money and do not buy this thing. Now instead of going for a ride, I am looking for a new battery.
The only thing to be careful of is vibration can cause the battery to dump it's charge very quickly. Apparently all the wires and coils inside are not "potted" for vibration isolation. Seems a mystery to me that the "power sports" applications it is designed for don't vibrate enough to be a problem but a big bore 4 cylinder motor was. The cure was to put it in a bracket that is mounted on rubber mounts. Haven't had any problems since we went to that on our two cars.
Of interest is the manual (such as it is) warning that if the battery went down below something like 8 volts the battery was not usable. Talking with a tech at Ballistic he said to put it on a 6 amp or higher charge for about 15 minutes. If it gained in voltage then finish charging in the normal way. Sure enough, it came back and we have been using it ever since.
All in all I think it is a good investment and the weight savings alone is really awesome. So far so good!!
I still have the original battery in my 2004 Mean Streak and I almost hope it finally dies so I can put one on that scooter too.
I'll never use a lead acid battery on any of my bikes again.