It's only good for 160 CCA. I'd go for something else.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.
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.Try a Yuasa YTZ14 S - 150 x 87 x 110mm @230CCA or a Lithium
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.... without first keeping the lights on and stuff.
What is that open connection on pic 3? The little white connector, does the sidestand connect to that?If you get on the exhaust side of the bike, look up to the right of the oil cooler from under the fairing you can see the horn bolted up behind the fairing, you can just see the two electrical spade end insulated connectors on the top of the horn. there are some pics but not easy to see.
bike , tank off, air box on ,but you can see some of the electrical layout. got other projects at the moment but will get in deeper soon . View attachment 34505 View attachment 34507 View attachment 34509 View attachment 34511 View attachment 34513
What is that open connection on pic 3? The little white connector, does the sidestand connect to that?
There is the same connector on the 1130 tre K but it is under the seat, up by the relay bank and fusebox, also doing nothing.Thanks again, i got really sidetracked with that connector.
Have to see if any power goes to it, just out of curiosity.
3 pin ? is it exhaust side above the clutch , if it is two blues and a brown it is most likely the speed sensor plug . it should be behind the rear brake master cylinder .Its very strange this loom thing on this bike, not helped by the many modifications done to this before me.
There is also a 3 wire superseal connector under the tank that i cannot find a pair....
They are pretty good as they are , I have changed the fork seals, you have got lots to play with set up wise, to suit you.You were right! Again....
No that i got it running again, im gona service the front forks. Is there any recommended mods for the forks while im at it?
They do need new seals, have to do strip down and a clean up to them.They are pretty good as they are , I have changed the fork seals, you have got lots to play with set up wise, to suit you.
A change of oil always helps, how old is the bike and how many klms.
I have a set of Wilbers in mine ,but do not really think they make a lot of difference, not for road riding.