|Item Weight||8.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 3.4 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||BTL35A480C|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||BTL35A480C|
|Vehicle Service Type||All Vehicles, all-terrain-vehicles, marine-personal-craft, off-road-motorcycles, street-cruiser-motorcycles, street-motor-scooters, street-sport-motorcycles, street-touring-motorcycles, utility-vehicles|
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Battery Tender BTL35A480C Lithium Iron Phosphate Battery
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- Replaces Yuasa Battery: YIX30L-BS
- Up to 80 percent lighter and 5X the life of a lead acid equivalent with 2000+ deep cycles at 80 percent depth of discharge
- Foam spacers included to fit multiple size battery boxes
- Quad terminal configuration and the ability to be mounted in any direction makes installation a snap; Case Dimensions: 6.49 inch (165 millimeter) length x 3.38 inch (86 millimeter) width x 5.11 inch (130 millimeter) height; Weight: 3.75 pounds
- Specifications: Voltage: 12 Volt; Cold Cranking Amps: 480; Lead-Acid Replacement Range: 26-35(Ah); Operating temperature: 0 - 140 Degree (Fahrenheit); Max Charge Rate: 10 Ampere
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|Item Dimensions||3.38 x 6.49 x 5.11 in||—||1 x 3 x 3 in||4.5 x 2.6 x 4.9 in||—||5.83 x 3.39 x 3.46 in|
|Item Weight||8.27 lbs||—||—||1 lb||—||2.47 lbs|
|Size||One Size||—||One Size||Fitment||—||—|
|Voltage||12 volts||—||—||—||12 volts||12 volts|
Deltran Battery Tender's line of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) engine start batteries are designed to replace Flooded, AGM, and Gel cell lead acid batteries in Power Sport applications such as motorcycles, ATVs, personal water craft, lawn mowers, utility vehicles, scooters, and dirt bikes. Up to 80 percent lighter and 5X the Life of a Lead Acid Equivalent with 2000+ deep cycles at 80 percent depth of discharge. Foam spacers included to fit multiple size battery boxes. Quad Terminal Configuration and the ability to be mounted in any direction makes installation a snap. Warning: Do not use a battery charger with a desulfation mode and/or a peak voltage exceeding 14.8 Volt, Damage may result. Replaces Yuasa batteries: YIX30L-BS. Specifications: Voltage: 12 Volt; Cold Cranking Amps: 480; Lead-Acid Replacement Range: 26-35(Ah); Operating Temperature: 40 - 140 Degree (Fahrenheit); Max Charge Rate: 10 Ampere; Case Dimensions: 6.49 inch (165 millimeter) length x 3.38 inch (86 millimeter) width x 5.11 inch (130 millimeter) height; Weight: 3.75 pounds.
From the manufacturer
Battery Tender 480C Lithium Battery
Only 3.75 Pounds!
Included with Each Battery:
- Foam Spacers to fit multiple size battery boxes.
- User Manual.
Do not use a desulphation or pulse charger, doing so will damage the battery.
Less Weight. More Power!
80% Lighter than your standard Lead Acid Battery
Deltran Battery Tender's line of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) engine start batteries are designed to replace Flooded, AGM, and Gel cell lead acid batteries in Power Sport applications such as ATVs, Lawn Mowers, Motorcycles, Personal Water Craft, Scooters, and Utility Vehicles.
Quad Terminal Configuration for ease of Installation.
Lithium Batteries do not sulphate.
|Lithium Battery 120LCA||Lithium Battery 240LCA||Lithium Battery 360LCA||Lithium Battery 480LCA|
|Dimensions||4.21" L x 2.2" W x 3.35" H||5.27" L x 2.55" W x 3.62" H||6.49" L x 3.38" W x 3.62" H||6.49" L x 3.38" W x 3.62" H|
|Weight||1.2 lbs||1.76 lbs||2.6 lbs||3.75 lbs|
|Lead Acid Replacement||7-9 Ah||10-14 Ah||21-24 Ah||26-35 Ah|
|Operating Temperature||0 - 140 Degrees F||0- 140 Degrees F||0 -140 Degrees F||0 - 140 Degrees|
|Max Charge Rate||10A||10A||10A||10A|
|Recommended Charger||Battery Tender Junior 800 PN: 022-0199-DL-WH||Battery Tender Junior 800 PN: 022-0199-DL-WH||Battery Tender Junior 800 PN: 022-0199-DL-WH||Battery Tender Junior 800 PN: 022-0199-DL-WH|
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My bike is a 1990, great shape and no electrical issues. Supposedly many older bikes did not regulate charge voltage as accurately as newer bikes. The standard batteries may have better tolerance to handle these voltage differences. For me, I went back to a traditional lead/gel/glass-mat battery at half the cost.
Allow me to share the lessons I learned about the WARRANTEE...
#1. To replace the battery under warrantee would take 3-4 weeks, according to customer service (a long time to take the bus to work/school). AND, if I purchase a new battery for the MONTH I am waiting for a replacement, there would be NO POINT to being covered under a warrantee.
#2. There is much more to the WARRANTEE than explained on Amazon OR the Batterytender website. You have to learn new about their "WARRANTEE" later? Isn't it stipulated on the website? No, sorry...
My quoted conversation with TIM from Customer service:
TIM: The warranty on the battery after the first year is 50% off the MSRP with the original receipt. between 13-24 months.
→I never read that in the warrantee information from the purchaser (AMAZON). Only that warrantee is voided from alteration or damage
→Has that always been the policy?
→ If so, people should definitely think twice before accepting your listed warrantee as a fair and sound policy--especially since you claim 5x the life, but only truly give 1/2 the life of a lead-acid battery
→This is getting dirty….lol
TIM: the warranty has not changed in 5 years
→Really, it says that no place on your warrantee page or Amazon--where I purchased the battery.
→the only stipulation printed is that after 90-days, the purchaser pays shipping. There is NOTHING about 50% warrantee after a year
→I am reading it again, right now
→Your 50% policy is no place on the warrantee page
→Am I not reading it correctly?
→Can you please show me that stipulation on the warrantee page?
TIM: i am here
→Where is that 50% rule stated on your warrantee page?
→I didn't see it when i purchased the battery
TIM: it will be on page 4 of the insert that came with the battery
→What??? WOW !!!!… that's not given until AFTER purchase…
→the warrantee that is stipulated prior to purchase MUST be honored. you cannot change the rules AFTER the purchase is made.
→are you sorry? really…lol
TIM: anything else i can help you with?
→So i won't have a battery for a month, and will get a bill for 50% of the MSRP ($149.99)?
TIM: Correct, if there is any money owed at the time we would contact you to advise you at that time
I have never had a new battery die out so quickly.... and never dealt with such a sneaky warrantee (CHANGES AFTER PURCHASE)
I went to take my final exam at the university, and click....click.... no start..... dead...... ahhhhhhhh!!!! Bad way to start the exam--late and going crazy.....
There are a lot of good reviews, but I believe that's only because it takes about a year for these to die out. I was excited about this at first also, and my immediate review would have been steller. Glad I waited to write this....
What's NOT to like at first install? It is very small, very light, and worked perfectly. But unfortyunately for me, the proof is in the pudding, and this pudding went sour far too quickly for the inflated price tag. I'm going back to the honda stock battery... I need my bike every day, so I need another battery immediatly. No time to wait a month without my bike, only to be charged $75 if I want my replacement....
I am sad now.... Don't be sad... buy a different battery....
Update: I'm two years into the lithium iron phosphate battery and it still starts my road glide effortlessly. I put it on the Battery Tender twice during the cold, cold Ohio winter and threw some Stabil in the gas before hibernating and this season it started instantly. I put the smaller version into a custom softail sportster I built a few years ago and it has better cranking amps, based on listening to the thing turn over, than the Odyessy ever did. If it lasts through one more summer it'll be as good as the similarly priced OEM battery, but much better at holding a charge over the long winters. Pricey, but worth it if it lasts >3 years.
I also bought the Li-specific Battery Tender, so after I installed, I charged it overnight, and my bike cranked up easily that next morning.
This also has a 5-year warranty so I feel better taking the chance with something a bit more expensive.