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August 16th, 2015, 02:13 AM   #41
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i agree spanner re the full current bms not needed

i did buy a 60 A bms but mainly because it has a balance board for charging.
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Just ordered 4 of those big boys for my mates 929.
They are certainly cost effective.
Hope they come with the screw threads, they would
make it real easy to assemble.
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September 11th, 2015, 05:24 AM   #43
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they do make it easy .. careful tightening up as one end is aluminium and the other is steel

the threads are m6x1 no nuts supplied
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September 12th, 2015, 12:50 AM   #44
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Have you tried them out yet Bushie? not sure they are the genuine A 123
there are copies out there, they don`t have the logo and bar code in the
picture.

Mailing lithium batteries now days is a problem although Lifepo4s are pretty safe, unfortunately they get lumped in together with the more fire troubled chemistries.

Nice loooooong thread on Lithium batteries Motorcycle Batteries .. AGM, GEL, Wet, Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) | Adventure Rider

The regulator/rectifier may need to let a bit more voltage through for the lithium battery to charge it fully.
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yes they seem very good but i don't have any to compare to in the same AH range
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Well I finally replaced the original battery on my 09 Berg. It was starting to show signs of sluggish starting. I was very pleased with the OEM battery performance so I replaced it with the same Yuasa battery. $85 through Amazon versus $135 at the shop. Anyway, as it turns out the battery was still good but the terminals were like they were rotten. They just broke apart when I went to remove the fasteners. I wish my street bike batteries would last that long.
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No corrosion problems with Lithium.
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December 19th, 2015, 09:38 AM   #48
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Originally Posted by Gezwindespoed View Post
Every standard YTZ7S type battery will fit the box. So if you wanna go cheap you can buy one for 30 bucks from ebay.

Because of starting problems I tried both (cheap ebay and a LiFePO4/Super B) and both work good. Starting problem was the decompression lever on the camshaft.

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'starting problem'...you mean the needed touch of throttle when hot?
if yes, is there a solution about the decompression lever?
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No, not enough power to go through the compression. There is a serie of cams with not good working decompression systeem.
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Hi gang,

Has anyone tested a 4-cell LiFePO4 battery to start a 570 or similar? "Normal" / common 26650-size cell?

Or has a useful comparison between starting a DRZ and a 570 with a similar type battery?

I got these for the DRZ: Motorcycle Starter Battery LiFePO4 A123 ANR26650M1A 12V 2.3AH 4S1P_26650_A123 start battery_A123 RC Battery|High Quality Battery|Wholesale Ebike Battery

FWIW: They're enough for the DRZ! Turns the starter a bit slower than the slightly-oversize lead-acid I had. I suspect they're off-brand A123 cells. Afaik a real 4-cell A123 spins a DRZ up faster than a stock or oversize lead-acid. Might be wiring - I have a lot of not very thick wire between the battery as I didn't clean up the harness, just tacked the Andersson harness on and droped the battery in the battery box.

I'm going to be trying one for the 'Berg. Would be useful to have comparisons and long-term experience if anyone has. Thanks!
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