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1982 Honda CM250C Custom Battery

1982 Honda CM250C Custom
Tire Size:
Front: 3.25-18, Rear: 4.25-16
Spark Plug:
CR7HS
Battery:
YB9-B
Stock Chain/Belt:
520x104
Stock Gearing:
Front: 14T, Rear: 32T
Oil Filter:
KN-111
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Shorai LFX Battery Shorai offers the next generation of high-powered, long-lasting motorcycle and ATV batteries that is sure to leave the others dead. Shorai LFX is the first in the industry to offer
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Yuasa Yumicron 12V Battery 12-Volt dry batteries for more recent applications Customer must add acid (acid not included) and charge before installation Delivers up to 30% more power (cran
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BikeMaster Yumicron 12V Battery 12-Volt dry batteries for more recent applications Customer must add acid (acid not included) and charge before installation Delivers up to 30% more power (cranking
BikeMaster Battery Hardware Did you drop a battery bolt or nut and can't find it anywhere? Don't stress BikeMaster makes replacements! These affordable replacement battery hardware kits are designed
Drag Specialties Battery Pad 1/8" low-density neoprene with pressure sensitive, removable liner on one side that exposes the adhesive for contact Pad is oversized so it can be trimmed into

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Tony (Surrey, BC)

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Perfect Fit!

Yuasa costs a bit more than some but I got 7 years out of my previous one, so you get what you pay for. They've made it about as easy as you can to fill the cells and the battery fit perfectly in my bike. Hoping for 7 years or more out of this one!

Roger (Austin, TX)

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Light and strong cranking battery

08 CBR1000rr Superior to stock in most ways and an excelent price. Battery weight's high on the bike,the savings is significant. One, two, or three pounds in a handfull of different places all adds up. Body weight and extended equitment weight play completely different roles when it comes to how a bike behaves. You use your body mass and muscle to manipulate the bike, the lighter the bike, the more influance your mass has to manipulate the bike.

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