Battery tender?

Do you guys use them? What brand's?.....Also will riding the bike for a few hours charge the battery back up to a full charge?

Deltran's Battery Tender (yes, that's the name). I have pig tail connections on all my bikes and have them hooked up to a Battery Tender when ever the bikes are not in use. My street bike battery is eight years old and cranks and holds a charge just fine. The battery on my 07 WR (bought in Dec 2006) is the original and works just fine.

Deltran's Battery Tender (yes, that's the name). I have pig tail connections on all my bikes and have them hooked up to a Battery Tender when ever the bikes are not in use. My street bike battery is eight years old and cranks and holds a charge just fine. The battery on my 07 (bought in Dec 2007) is the original and works just fine.

Ok cool, thanks. The dealer left a pig tail on my bike so Ill be picking up a tender soon:banana:

The Battery Tender JR. is more than adequate for you motorcycle. No need to buy the more expensive Battery Tender.

i used 9 on my toys, this past years I bought 5 at wall mart for $15 each work just as good as the $60 "Battery Tender" I got for my sport bike

The Battery Tender JR. is more than adequate for you motorcycle. No need to buy the more expensive Battery Tender.

That is what I use on my bike/lawn mower. Works pretty good and was pretty inexpensive. Picked mine up at CycleGear after I picked up this WR.

I have a RickyStator wired DC, so my batt charges up pretty good while riding it. I don't remember it charging as well with the stock stator.

The Battery Tender JR. is more than adequate for you motorcycle. No need to buy the more expensive Battery Tender.

That's what I use also.

Do I need the 12 volt or the 6 volt?

Do I need the 12 volt or the 6 volt?

12V For these thumpers. :smirk:

My best performing one is the Schumacher. I opt for the manual trickle charger.

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