Anybody know a good place to get racing batteries, something like varley red top's? flee wroteAnybody know a good place to get racing batteries, something like varley red top's?hehe.... thought you were gonna be selling some... i need some too after
I am after a pair of Harris Carbon Fibre Frame guards.Also has anyone a race rear subframe and battery box for sale ????
batteries are great... especially on race bikes that crash a lot. gubbs wroteWhat do you use to trickle charge gel batteries then? Persume optimates dont work ..Yeah, they do. I'm sure the leaflet with my Oximiser says it works on gel batteries.Battery on my
the system runs on a loss, there is a battery and thats it, no charging system. The battery gradually runs down as the race goes on. It saves on the weight of the charging system and lets the crank spin up faster. colinrsv wrotewhat the bloody hell does
probably a very silly question, but it's the start of the season and may save me some money......I've got a 7.5 tonne race truck, and one of the batteries is knackered.they are 180 ah batteries, and not going to be cheap.I have a brand new spare car
I have just bought myself a track R6, it is running "total loss" (ie, it has no charge going to the battery while the motor is running) i was wondering if anyone knows how long the battery will last? On my R1 I charge it whenever I'm not on it
of the alternator etc. No charging system for the battery. Done in race applications where the battery will have enough juice to do the 5, 6 , 7 etc laps. When you spare key's gone missing aswell. No Alternator, which charges the battery. Plus you can remove some
yellow/ black 99 model. race can and rejetted to suit (very loud!) 11K milesquick and reliable, well maintained recent cambelt, oil, clutch cable, battery, fork seals, brake pads etc.2400 ono (North West) PrestonPM for more info.injury forces sale
Just converted by race bike back into a road bike but can't find the original saddle.Could also do with the rear pad if available.In a hurry as sitting on seat foam on the battery is hurting my knees & arse!
the price .Had a Yuasa and Varta batteries in my race bike, its a total loss system which means the batteries were constanly drained and recharged on an optimate, and they both lasted a couple of years of abuse. Both makes are good.I use 'maintanance free
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