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I can get new AGM (higher-spec) batteries rated at 19AH (for $85 + shipping), the stock Yuasa is 16.5AH, which I can get as well for US$115 as of Jan. 2012. Check with me direct e-mail for pricing; Info at GuzziTech.com
 

Guzziastic

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So, I've one 97' Cal EV, and some days ago I've to replaced the battery. The owner manual asks for 12V 30A, I replaced it for one 12V 20A (too much cheap then 30A). My doubt is: Some owner's manuals asks for USA and Canadian Models 12V 16A - Is that right? If yes, do you know why is that difference of them? Just for information.
Thanks.
 

john zibell

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So, I've one 97' Cal EV, and some days ago I've to replaced the battery. The owner manual asks for 12V 30A, I replaced it for one 12V 20A (too much cheap then 30A). My doubt is: Some owner's manuals asks for USA and Canadian Models 12V 16A - Is that right? If yes, do you know why is that difference of them? Just for information.
Thanks.
The bike you have has room for a large battery which is the 12V 30Amp. Some of the later California type bikes used a smaller battery as emission equipment was in the battery area. I believe Todd is referencing batteries for small block bikes. I don't think he handles the AGMs now and is selling Lithium Ion batteries from the Store.
 

Guzziastic

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The bike you have has room for a large battery which is the 12V 30Amp. Some of the later California type bikes used a smaller battery as emission equipment was in the battery area. I believe Todd is referencing batteries for small block bikes. I don't think he handles the AGMs now and is selling Lithium Ion batteries from the Store.
Hi John,
Understood. Thanks for the answer.
 
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