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  1. Today I received my fan for my 2007 300xc-w. As suspected there are some clearance issues. I'm just wondering if anyone else has run into this? So far the options I am considering are. 1. Use a heat gun to reshape the tank in the area of the fan to provide clearance. 2. Make up some offset brackets to pivot the bottom of the rad forward to provide the clearance between tank and fan. 3. Mount the "pull" fan on the bottom front of the rad and reverse the polarity to make it a "push" fan. I think option 3 would be a real eyesore and possibly make the fan more vulnerable. I also think that having one of the rads pivoted forward will also look goofy. The heat gun on the tank makes me fear damaging my tank by possibly melting a hole, but so far it is my favorite option. I would appreciate some input from anyone who has had experience with this. Thanks
  2. I've pulled this 12V 8.6 Ah maintenance-free AGM-type battery from my DRZ-400S. The battery has been sitting, hooked up to the bike but unused, for close to a year now. I have a Battery Tender Junior, which apparently puts out 12V at 0.750A. After checking the voltage across the terminals and finding it to be only 4.9V, I unhooked everything and connected it to the trickle charger. It's been running for about 16 hours now, and has only gotten the battery up to 7.4V (I've been checking constantly with a voltmeter). Does this conclusively mean the battery is toast? Or could my charger be providing insufficient voltage to fully charge it? I read in a manual that some trickle chargers don't provide ample voltage to charge AGM (maintenance free) batteries, as they require about 14V to top them up. I should point out that this battery was brand new when it got parked, and was started literally a couple times. Then it just sat.
  3. 1 review

    KEY FEATURES Max charge rate 10 amps Operating temperature 14-140 degrees Fahrenheit Up to 80% lighter than Lead Acid equivalent Quad Terminal design can be mounted in any direction Lithium batteries cannot sulphate Works with Battery Tender's line of battery chargers (sold separately) CE and UN 38.3 approved 3-year limited warranty Versatile Top or Front Cable Installation The Battery Tender Lithium battery allows the cable eyelets to be either connected from the top or front side of the terminals. Choose the side that matches your configuration the best. The battery comes with the hardware needed to attach the terminal rings to your battery. This Quad Terminal design allows for maximum mounting flexibility, as all terminals are live. Better Long-Term Storage Compared to lead-acid batteries, the Battery Tender Lithium battery has less than 5% the average self-discharge rate and can be stored for much longer periods without maintenance. If there is no current draw from your vehicle when your ignition is off, the Battery Tender Lithium battery can be stored for up to one year without damage. For long term storage the ideal temperature is 1ºC (34ºF). The battery should be stored in a minimum charge state of 70%. Battery Tender Lithium batteries should not be used in temperatures below -10ºC (14ºF). Recharge with Battery Tender Chargers All Deltran Battery Tender Lithium batteries can be recharged using Battery Tender's line of battery chargers (sold separately). Battery Tender chargers are the convenient solution to the challenge of keeping 12-volt vehicle batteries optimally powered when not in use. The line of chargers can also charge standard and sealed AGM and gel cell batteries, so it's an ideal tool to keep all your 12V batteries running. 3-Year Limited Warranty Deltran provides a limited 3-year warranty on its Battery Tender Lithium batteries to the original purchaser based on defective material or workmanship. Warranty is void in cases of product misuse, disassembly or modification. Other details regarding warranty limitations and procedures are contained in the Deltran Battery Tender Charger's general limited warranty information sheet enclosed with this product.
  4. ThinkTexas

    Suzuki DR-Z400S (2017)

    1 comment

    Just purchased "new" 2017 Suzuki DRZ400S a couple months ago. I have done some minor Modifications to it and will record the modifications done in the future. I am now learning how to Update in Thumper Talk and hope to contribute more as I get used to this bike. I love it so far.
  5. ThumperTalk

    Battery Tender Quick Disconnect Leads

    1 review

    Lead with clamps
  6. DRZ-Fast-Times

    Battery Tender?

    Will a 1.25 amp Battery Tender work for a DRZ 400 or is it too much? Thanks.
  7. Hey! Im trying to install a light onmy dirt bike, I currently have a motorcycle abttery running at 12V with 3A ( http://www.dhz.com.au/buy/dhz-12v-3a-hd-battery-suits-all-pitbike-honda-bikes/TOOL-08.3A ) I also want to buy this light http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/322070707975?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT In the description of that light is says 12V@1A. Does that refer to load? So does that mean it will blow up when connected to the battery since the battery has 3A?
  8. ThumperTalk

    Battery Tender Battery Tender Plus

    1 review

    The Battery Tender® Plus is a 1.25 amp battery charger designed to fully charge a battery and maintain it at proper storage voltage without the damaging effects caused by trickle chargers. Included is a quick connect ring terminal harness for hard to reach areas and alligator clips for an alternate connection. > Temperature compensated to ensure optimum charge voltage according to ambient temperature. > Automatically switches from full charge to float charging mode. > Battery Tender® at 1.25 amps will charge as fast or faster than any 3 amp charger available. > Reverse Polarity Protection to ensure user safety. Red & Green Lights Alternately Flash in this condition. > Complete 4-step charging program (Initialization, Bulk Charge, Absorption Mode, Float Mode). > 10 year Warranty!
  9. Cormad

    Battery options

    Just curios, who would consider or has a Lithium Ion battery for their Bike? I have to purchase a new battery. AGM ids around 80bucks CDN and Lithium Ion $250ish I think. Just curios ? Pretty sure I don't have the extra cash just layin around.
  10. 2 reviews

    Battery Tender USB Connection Plugs into Battery Tender pigtails and allows you to charge a cell phone on bike To charge iPhone, iPad, iPod, GPS, Camera or any Smartphone or device that be charged via USB Designed for use on any 12v battery Input: 12v Output: 2.1A Maximum
  11. Volryder

    Battery Drain

    Ok, forgive me for being lazy and not reading the manual for my 300rr Race. If I don't ride for 2-3 weeks (yeah many of you can't imagine that, but I'm old ok?) my battery goes dead. I don't turn anything off. Do I need to turn a computer off somewhere or does it look like I have a short? Haven't put a multi on it yet, thot I'd ask first. Thanks.... oh and best bike I've ever had.
  12. ThumperTalk

    Battery Tender Battery Tender Jr.

    4 reviews

    Lightweight, compact in size ideal for those hard to fit spots The trickle charger with a brain will assure batteries are maintained after charging and always ready to go! Fully automatic two-stage lead-acid battery charger is perfect for all lead-acid, sealed maintenance free and gel cell batteries After reaching peak 14.4 VDC, charger automatically switches to 13.2 VDC float voltage When voltage drops below 12.6 VDC, charger resumes charging back to 14.4 VDC Solid state two color LED indicates state of charger
  13. Adrenolin

    Yamaha WR250R (2015)

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    My FIRST motorcycle at 46 years of age! Bought this 2015 Yamaha WR250R brand new from the dealer back in Oct 2015 with 4 miles on it. Most of my miles are street and highway but hit the dirt often and whenever I can. Simply love this bike! I'm currently setting it up for Adv Riding and it'll be seeing more of the USA and Canada this and following years. No trailers, no rear carriers.. just me, the bike and the miles we pass.
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