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Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

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  • Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

    Hey guys, any idea which battery I should get for my Enticer?

    The specs say it uses a 12v 2.5A; and my mechanic recommends the same. He also says Exide is the best bet and tata has some issues.

    I checked with the local dealer and he only has Tata's better that is of 12.4V and 3A

    Any one has knowledge on this?

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    The Yamaha India site has no info on the enticer at all and Exide Battery site doesn't have the bike in its list.

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    Re: Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

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      Re: Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

      Your battery type is "flooded lead acid" which is the most common type . Many makes and even localy made ones are available . Better to get Exide or SFSonic ( also made by exide , but cheaper at around ₹400 ) of same specs as original . ie 2.5ah 12v standard lead acid motorcycle battery . You'll find it at any Exide battery shop or any large motorcycle parts shop nearby .

      http://www.sfsonicpower.com/sf-sonic...onic-rodeo.php
      Last edited by Pinaki; 06-27-2013, 01:46 AM.

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        Re: Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

        I had bad experience with my exide maintenance free battery. Though it is a maintenance free it leaked or overflown. Since it was under warranty they replaced it. I paid extra money and bought Amaron maintenance free which has a gel electrolyte. So no worry about leaks.


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          Re: Selecting a Battery for Yamaha Enticer

          I think you should go with the amaron (if available) as it is offering 36 months warranty on its product and it really works hard till the end..

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