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12V 4Ah High Performance Motorcycle Battery - Low Maintenance & Dry Charged £19.20 at CPC Farnell
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12V 4Ah High Performance Motorcycle Battery - Low Maintenance & Dry Charged £19.20 at CPC Farnell

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Posted 20th Sep

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A high capacity battery designed for most motorcycle, scooter, off-road and performance bike applications.
  • Exceptional starting power- up to 30% more than traditional batteries
  • Robust design, vibration and shock proof
  • High resilience to deep and repeated discharge
  • Long-life build
  • Also ideal for garden machinery and quad bikes
  • Cold cranking ability: 56A

£19.20 delivered.

If you buy 2, then they are £17.68 each delivered (a further 7.9% discount per battery)
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Be careful buying these. The page says you get the battery, the acid tank and user guide. You arent allowed to post acid anymore so this will come dry with no acid. You'll then have to go to your nearest motorfactors/battery specialist and ask them to fill it with acid for you.

You will be better off buying a sealed battery so its guaranteed to contain the acid when it arrives.

Sealed version of this battery can be had for £14.99 from eBay from Tayna batteries outlet.
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Be careful buying these. The page says you get the battery, the acid tank and user guide. You arent allowed to post acid anymore so this will come dry with no acid. You'll then have to go to your nearest motorfactors/battery specialist and ask them to fill it with acid for you.

You will be better off buying a sealed battery so its guaranteed to contain the acid when it arrives.

Sealed version of this battery can be had for £14.99 from eBay from Tayna batteries outlet.
Not cheap to be honest
A acid is now classed under the same catagory as a firearm no motorfactors would legally be able to sell you the acid for the battery now either so you could end up with an expensive paperweight.
Dry filled? Just at DI water? I remember seeing dry filled batteries years back.
mistafaz20/09/2019 23:51

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No. "Dry charged" doesn't mean it contains some sort of dehydrated acid - it just means the plates are in the same state they would be after charging. You have to fill it with acid, which as others have said, you can't buy.
My dry motorcycle battery came from Eurocarpart dry with a container of acid to pour into the cells, only a few months ago, when did this change?

The description says:
Contents
Battery, acid tank and user guide

If they don't provide the acid tank as advertised then that's their problem.
Edited by: "kudos1uk" 21st Sep
kudos1uk21/09/2019 00:21

My dry motorcycle battery came from Eurocarpart dry with a container of …My dry motorcycle battery came from Eurocarpart dry with a container of acid to pour into the cells, only a few months ago, when did this change?The description says:ContentsBattery, acid tank and user guideIf they don't provide the acid tank as advertised then that's their problem.


Ditto.
"designed for most motorcycle, scooter, off-road and performance bike applications".

Nonsense! This is a single fittment out of many different types. These 'unbranded' bike batteries have a short life too. Very poor deal.
Lee_Horner20/09/2019 16:18

A acid is now classed under the same catagory as a firearm no …A acid is now classed under the same catagory as a firearm no motorfactors would legally be able to sell you the acid for the battery now either so you could end up with an expensive paperweight.


They aren't allowed to sell you the acid but they are allowed to fill a battery with acid for you. Which you can then in theory take home and empty the acid out of. Another well thought out law.
furiousjammin21/09/2019 10:20

They aren't allowed to sell you the acid but they are allowed to fill a …They aren't allowed to sell you the acid but they are allowed to fill a battery with acid for you. Which you can then in theory take home and empty the acid out of. Another well thought out law.



It's not as stupid as you imply - if someone wants to use the acid in an attack they have to go to the cost and inconvenience of buying the battery, and tipping the acid out isn't easy either.
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