2009 Arctic Cat Prowler XTZ 1000 H2 EFI Parts
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Original factory battery was a Yuasa. I replaced it a year ago (exactly) with a much less expensive but fully rated battery. Bike is always on a battery float charger (13.6 V). The cheap battery died in 1 year. It's a pain to install so I decided to pay the bucks and get one that will last a while. Set up was easy BUT there were no instructions on the initial charging. I hope I guessed right! I'm marking down installation by a star because of the lack of these instructions.
Going strong after 8 years in my 2006 Suzuki Vstrom 1000.
Dustin (Upper Black Eddy, PA)
So I put a custom exhaust on my bike that I had built and put this air filter on. I was a little afraid when I had first started the bike back up because it did not quite sound the way I wanted it to. But once the bike warmed up I could not have been happier with the result. She runs great and feels like there may be a little extra kick in her step, although this could just be from my own excitement. The product fit better than the stock filter and the build quality blew it out of the park.
Mark K. (San Antonio, TX)
My battery mounts on it's side. This battery was approved for the application. Started right up. Put a slow charge just to top it off. Starts quickly.
CMX250 Rebel... So far, so good...
Bought the YTX7L-BS for the Honda CMX250 Rebel. Fit perfectly. Bike (much to its own credit) fired up on the first shot.
Filling the battery with the included acid was easy, though punching a tiny hole in the bottles helped facilitate the flow of acid. Breaks the pressure, ya see.
Instructions say to charge it at 0.5 amps. My trickle charger does 1.5 so I took a chance. Still took 5 hours like the instructions say it would at 0.5A.
Does exactly what its suppose to, fits perfect.