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September 19th, 2019, 12:39 PM   #1
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Battery broken after every ~200km Yuasa, Varta

Hi, anyone have experience with battery inside disruption? allways measure 0 V and infinite resistance. What can cause it? Cheap and expensive battery too.
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September 19th, 2019, 12:51 PM   #2
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Is your charging system working properly?

What voltage do you see at idle? How about at operating RPM?
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September 19th, 2019, 03:24 PM   #3
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Hi,
your rectifier or your charging coils might be broken. Seems like the battery gets fully discharged and therefore can't be rescued/dies. As Junkie mentioned, measure the voltage between both battery terminals with engine off and engine running / engine running at mid-rpm using a multimeter. There should be a significant increased voltage to be measured between both poles! If not the rectifier possibly doesn't provide any current. Check the rectifier input if it's fed at all!

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September 20th, 2019, 12:15 AM   #4
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Thank you, but my problem is mechanical, not electrical. My charging system works good becaouse i have a DC-CDI and it switch off below ~10 V and above ~16 V. Measure 12,5v at idle and 13,5v at 2000 rpm, 14,4v above rpms. I think the engine resonance kill the lead acid battery, and i need a solution for this.

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don't use lead acid batterys. go to CTZ7S Gel-Cel battery. they have 130CCA compared to only 65CCA for the original 5 amp lead/acid.

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AGM or Lithium is going to be more durable. Try either of those if vibrations are hurting the oem type.
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I had something similar with a CanAm Bombardier 2-stroke bike. Appeared to be the resonance of the batteries mechanical parts due to engine vibration. Some mechanical isolation, neoprene foam in our case, solved this.
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I had something similar with a CanAm Bombardier 2-stroke bike. Appeared to be the resonance of the batteries mechanical parts due to engine vibration. Some mechanical isolation, neoprene foam in our case, solved this.
Thank you! I used this solution with my new batteries. Installed two 1,3Ah Gel-Cell batteries. One for backup.
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