Drop weight. Lithium technology with a tough carbon-fiber composite cases made these next-generation lithium-iron batteries weigh an astonishing 70-80% less than a lead acid battery. These advanced batteries recharge quicker than a conventional battery and hold a charge for an entire year without maintenance and with zero sulfation.
Environmentally friendly too with no explosive gasses during charging, no lead and no acid, just discharge and dispose when it reaches the end of a long service life (up to four times the life of a lead-acid battery). 12V 14-27Ah. Cranking power range (depending on model): 210-405A. Weight: 1.68-3.85 lbs. Size range: 5.83"-6.55"×2.6"-3.39"×3.46"-5.51".
For model/fit applications, see chart at www.aerostich.com/batteries.
|More Info||#4280 LFX14A4-BS12 210CCA 1.98lbs 5.83” x 3.39” x 3.46” #4281 LFX14A1-BS12 210CCA 1.68lbs 5.83” x 2.6” x 4.13” #4283 LFX21A6-BS12 315CCA 3.03lbs 5.83” x 3.23” x 5.51” #4284 LFX14L5-BS12 210CCA 2.27lbs 5.28” x 3.15” x 6.3” #4285 LFX24L3-BS12 360CCA 3.6lbs 6.55” x 3.39” x 6.1” #4286 LFX27L3-BS12 405CCA 3.85lbs 6.55” x 3.39” x 6.1” #4287 LFX21L6-BS12 315CCA 3.03lbs 5.83” x 3.23” x 5.51”|
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Customer Reviews (1)
- So far so good, after a yearReview by Dennis
I've used an LFX14A2-BS12 battery on my 2007 CBR600RR a little over a year, since February 2011. Sad to say I mostly only ride very short trips in the city, with a lot of idling at stop lights, and low rpm riding, so the battery isn't regularly getting charged by the bike at peak alternator output. When it's cold I plug in a heated vest with a thermostat. It never dipped much below freezing in the last year, but still, fairly tough use for a battery. Only about 2,100 miles, and a lot of sitting in the garage.
I've never needed to attach a charger, and the bike always jumps to life, thanks to the higher voltage delivered during cranking. On a sport bike with barely enough room to store a pack of gum, the extra room freed up by the tiny battery is useful.
And of course weight, weight, weight. (Posted on 4/22/12)