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Corey in VA
The AGM battery that was in my Beta 300rr was starting to get a little weak. Decided to go with this after all the good reviews. Put it in last night and immediately fired up with plenty of juice. We all know Betas start really quickly but it’s just silly now. ??Read All Reviews
Peter in CO
I purchased this battery nearly a year ago for my Suzuki King Quad. The first battery was dead with less than 2.4 V after sitting in the quad unused (after initial full charge per instructions) for 2 months. It was replaced by company under warranty and they cited a crack somewhere. The replacement battery can't hold charge in unused quad for longer than 2-3 weeks. I took quad to mechanic to see if I had inappropriate electrical draw---draw was within spec. I contacted manufacturer again, they say this is acceptable and if sitting with a OEM odometer draw, battery needs to be on a tender. I spent nearly $300 on a quad battery so I could install and forget and not have to deal with a tender or recharging. The manufacturer says this battery does what its intended to do. Don't waste your money on a battery that requires this much maintenance. YOu can get something that does the job better for a fraction of the price. You have been forewarned. The manufacturer nor rocky mountain atv will give my money back on this piece of crap despite communication, receipts and an invoice and report from local mechanic.Read All Reviews
Johnny in OR
I replaced my plug on a 2010 KTM 450XCW jus this year. The bike has always started well, LI-Fe battery since 2016. However, I noticed it started to take more pushes of the button or more than one kick. I changed the plug, upgraded to NGK iridium series and HOLY WOW! One push starts and simple kicks. My old plug looked good too. Chocolate milk brown. I've got a 2006 RMZ450 and I have a new NGK iridium for that bike next! Great plug. Great starts. Better than stock always.Read All Reviews
DIRK in UT
Hey motofans, @Dirkbike here. I was looking for some 'noise cancelling' headphones for my dual sport/adventure touring rides and figured, hey I'll bet the place that I spend thousands at every year on gear, probably has something catered specifically to us moto riders. Sure enough, the Plugfones - I was instantly sold. An earplug combined with a headphone? What a good idea I had thought. Fast forward a couple days later, I get them, tear open the packaging, find a cool little case, some ok packaging, and immediately throw them in my ear, and turn on some music to drown out the world around me. Well... Not so fast. The pre-installed foam ear pieces get compressed and smashed, limiting the volume produced by the headphone, and not to mention do not stay in your ear, even after an ear wax cleaning. No big deal, the spare ones look better anyways I think and look more like my gun shooting ear plugs. Perfect, there's hope! I install those, put them in my ear, they stay in, don't drown out the noise like I was anticipating but what the heck, lets go for a ride. I fire the KLR 650 up, with it's stock exhaust that is ever so quiet, and find out I need to turn up the volume significantly. I'm still hopeful, hop on the bike, and go for a ride. At anything above 35mph I'd have to have them so loud to comfortably hear it would cause hearing damage to my sensative ears (ear problem after ear problem when i was a child), and the quality of sound is similar to those free headphones they hand out on airplane flights. These are a good idea, that's poorly executed. I would not recommend these, for anything. Go to your local gas station, spend $5 on the disposable headphones, and you have something just as good. Really. I'd love to endorse these, but they aren't even with the $25 price tag. I can't remember the last time I was this let down by a product. Needless to say, I ponied up, went to best buy, spent $75 on some JLAB noise cancelling headphones, and am the happiest man alive.Read All Reviews
Motorcycle electrical parts range from necessities to conveniences, but we stock them all. So whether you need to actually get your bike started or just want to enhance your stereo system, you’ll be thrilled by the selection you’ll find on these pages. We’ve divided them up into multiple categories to make browsing a breeze. On this page, you can take a look at what categories we have and click through on any of them to explore our inventory.
Of course, when you first think of your motorcycle’s electrical system, you likely think of the engine starter. For years, this has been the standard for bikes everywhere – especially street bikes. In fact, kick starters are simply a thing of the past for most motorcycles these days. You’ll find the whole set of components you need to get your bike started: batteries, ignition systems and starter motors. We also have battery accessories (such as chargers). It’s important to get the right parts for your motorcycle, so the majority of these electrical components utilize our “Parts Finder” allowing you to match up our inventory with your exact bike. You never have to worry about ordering the right part because we only show you what is compatible with your machine.
If you’re looking for a few ways to customize your bike’s electrical setup, you might be interested in the power supplies (such as cords, adaptors and fuse holders) that we stock. These are great to add an outlet or two for your riding toys. And if it’s sound you’re after, we have a number of great electrical parts to boost your existing system, from stereos to horns to communication devices. Many of these products have a universal fit, so it’s easy to pick what you want without worrying about getting the right part or not.
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