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    Quote Originally Posted by Engenia View Post
    Easy to do Rick.
    Clean the nut head and stick a blob of Plasticine to it.
    fantastic thanks Errol .... i would never of thought of doing that

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    I used kids mouldable plaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnelli82 View Post
    I live in the Arctic, so they are off then eh....
    Errol's method won't work because the plasticine will be rock hard.
    GBo and Engenia like this.

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    Everything`s hard here.

    But it sure is good to check the clearance between those bolt heads!!

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    Have to get a new battery at the weekend.

    Anyone ever used Motobatt MBTX9U, there is one at the local, so would be keen to give it a go. Applications say its a fit for 1130 Tre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnelli82 View Post
    Have to get a new battery at the weekend.

    Anyone ever used Motobatt MBTX9U, there is one at the local, so would be keen to give it a go. Applications say its a fit for 1130 Tre.
    It's only good for 160 CCA. I'd go for something else.

    Try a Yuasa YTZ14 S - 150 x 87 x 110mm @230CCA or a Lithium


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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurencewhite View Post
    Try a Yuasa YTZ14 S - 150 x 87 x 110mm @230CCA or a Lithium
    If you go for a Lithium (my choice) be aware that when very cold, they won't deliver until warmed up internally. That only takes 3 or 4 stab on the starter button, but it is disconcerting when you aren't aware of the likelihood.
    Look for one amongst this lot. My LH12B-4 has been superceded, but its still going strong after 6 years. I wouldn't use anything else on my bikes, and will look at ways of getting one into the 944 when the time comes.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    I have Lithium on my MV F4, problem with that is when ever i`m on a roadtrip, even in summer time, temps can go to +5 C region in summer nights, and it wont fire the bike in the mornings without first keeping the lights on and stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnelli82 View Post
    ... without first keeping the lights on and stuff.
    You don't need the lights on. All you need to do is attempt a crank for a second, which starts to warm the battery, give it a couple seconds rest, then repeat. Each attempt warms it some more, until after several attempts it is warm enough to start the engine.
    hooroo, Errol www.engenia.com.au [139,200 km - and counting .....]

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    Does anyone have a picture of where the earth/negative cables are attached originally?

    Also how the + is originally attached to the solenoid, alternator and starter?

    My wires and cables really were a mess....

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