Funny just speaking about Motobatt battery today, friend mentioned he has taking his back to plonk on the shop counter, he bought it from, lasted 3 months.
I just replaced my stock battery, which was perpetually weak (despite being on a tender). Of course, it still passes BMW's test, so they wouldn't replace it. I opted for a Westco premium battery. I did plenty of research and looked at Yuasa (which I've used before), Odyssey, as well as the Shorai lithium ion.
Likewise, Erin & Yonder... I've almost always had good luck with Yuasa's...but not always. I have had a very few Yuasa duds that only lasted three or four years, but most of my Yuasa's lasted 6+ years or significantly more. The Yuasa in my Honda Rancher ATV is now 9 years old, and still going strong. My '11 R12R still has it's original battery.I second Erin's vote on Yuasa. I still have the OEM in my 2012, but have always used Yuasa in bikes I've had and will again as I'm sure mine is going soon.
That's not a MotoBatt number; Google tells me it's a Western Power Sports one.
Thanks. So many different numbers and models. I got this one from a listing on fleabay. A little more research is needed!!!That's not a MotoBatt numbered; Google tells me it's a Western Power Sports one.
The MotoBatt for an 07-09 Hexhead R is MBTX12U. I have one; it's a little smaller in height and thickness compared to stock, and it is seriously muscular. I like it.