The motorcycle battery is responsible for quick engine start on any motorcycle that uses a battery starter. Its energy also uses for other motorcycle components such as signal lights, headlights (battery drive), and horns. That’s why motorcycle batteries are also called “the backbone of a bike’s performance”.
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Thinpack Motorcycle Battery Features
Thinpack is capable of providing an extensive range of batteries for motorcycles with various features.
- Excellent performance
- No acid spills
- Tough AGM design
- Excellent vibration resistance
- More cranking power
Rated Capacity (12V)
- 6Ah(10HR) 190A CCA
- 10Ah(10HR) 180A CCA
- 2Ah(10HR) 230 CCA
- 12Ah(10HR) 200A CCA
- 17Ah(10HR) 170A CCA
Motorcycle Battery Types
- Flooded Lead Acid – invented in the year 1859. The most common rechargeable battery type today. This battery type provides a low-cost advantage.
- Absorbed Glass Mat – absorbed glass mat battery is like lead-acid batteries but has absorbent mats in the middle of lead plates for better performance. The mats are responsible for capturing and bringing liquid electrolytes close to lead plates which provide greater impact protection and electrical resistance reduction.
- Gel Electrolyte – the gel electrolyte battery has silica mixing with the electrolyte. This battery type is maintenance-free, highly stable, and excellently sealed.
- Lithium Iron Phosphate – this lithium iron phosphate battery is also called LiFePO4. It is considered the latest motorcycle battery generation. LiFePO4 is 80% lighter than traditional lead-acid batteries.
How long does the AGM battery last?
The Absorbed Glass Mat battery can last up to 5 years according to some motor Experts.
What does the CCA term mean in battery?
CCA stands for Cold Cranking Amps. The CCA is the amps number that a battery hold-up for 30 seconds with 0°F temperature till the voltage of the battery drops to an inoperative level.
Is it safe to use a car charger for charging motorcycle batteries?
Well, it depends on the amperage output and modes of charging. An over 2A can lead to overcharge and damage the lead-acid batteries. Pulse repair modes and automatic DE sulfation can damage lithium batteries for all time. That’s why following the manufacturer’s recommendation guide for charging can prolong the battery life.