Basic Diagnostics for electrical systems on Motorcycles
A charging system on a motorcycle which is modern and working as intended will produce voltage at the battery terminals between 13.5V DC and 14.7V DC over the entire rev range. Some European models can read up to 14.9V. At a basic level you can check this will a multimeter when you start the bike. You can also see the voltage drop while cranking which can also give insight to how strong the battery is. If the voltage starts out around 13v standing then drops below 9V when starting, it may indicate a worn battery or too much load pull from another source.
Motobatt Hybrid Batteries on the frontier of innovation
Motobatt has Gone beyond the limits of both Lead acid and Lithium chemistries in one battery! An original innovation with ground breaking technology advances in performance and longevity. Placing itself at the forefront of the Powersports industry, after several years of research and development Motobatt has launched the newly created “Hybrid technology.”
Motobatt partners with Red Bull KTM Team Ajo Motorsport for 2020-21
2020 has been a big year for Motobatt, partnering with one of the most successful Moto2 and Moto3 teams in the MotoGP paddock, the Red Bull KTM team Ajo Motorsport. For 2020 and 2021 Motobatt will be technical and financial partner to some of the world’s top riders on the exciting and winning KTM machines.
How To Install A Motorcycle Battery
Most powersport batteries where possible are installed in the upright position by design.Obviously, anything that is filled with liquid has a top and a bottom and you don’t want it to spill!On later model machines as technology has advanced the space for the battery has become compromised. In order to find somewhere for the battery to be located there has become a need for batteries to lie in the prone position or at an angle.
How To Charge A Motorcycle Battery
Motobatt Quadflex is a Sealed Factory Activated AGM (absorbed glass matt) battery. For charging, it only needs to have the correct charger with an AGM algorithm applied, making it a very safe and acid free process. While this blog is for Motobatt batteries, the same process is true for any sealed powersport battery.