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Small Case Lithium Battery
The Antigravity AG1201 battery has 360 Cranking Amps yet is only 4.50 x 3.25 x 4.25 inches (LxWxH to top of terminals). This lightweight Lithium motorsports battery weighs only 2.25 lbs and is a great choice for those seeking very high power in a compact battery. It can replace the typical 12Ah lead/acid battery with a weight savings of up to 7 pounds while offering much more cranking power. This battery is best used for applications where extreme weight loss and ultra compact size are desired.
- For replacement of all OEM Lead/Acid Batteries of the same size
- Capable of everyday street use in bikes up to 450cc
- Great for Enduro and MX Electric start bikes up to 450c
- Race and Track Day use in 4-Cylinder 600cc sport bikes
- Ultra-Lightweight and High-Power Lithium-Ion Motorsport Battery.
- Most Compact of Lithium Motorsports Batteries available (great for racers and custom builders).
- Adhesive-Backed Foam Included for EASY INSTALLATION.
- Can hold a charge up to a year provided there are no “Parasitic Drains” (accessories that draw power when bike is off (i.e. alarms, ECUs, iPods, GPS, heated grips, etc).
- Large all-brass terminal design.
- Can be installed in any orientation.
- No highly toxic materials like Acids or Lead.
- No fluids to leak and damage the vehicle.
- 3-Year Warranty (view our Warranty page for details).
- Use only Lithium specific Motorsport Chargers to charge this battery! Do not use Lead/Acid Chargers.
- Antigravity Batteries will soon offer a Remote KeyFob Button to activate the RE-START feature equipped on this battery so you won’t have to remove a seat or fairing to access the battery.
- Over-Charge protection will not protect from a faulty/old Voltage Regulator spiking Hi-Voltages to Battery. If you have a Pre-1990s Motorcycle replace your voltage regulator; it is over 25 year old and most likely broken by now.