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AntiGravity Superlight Lithium batteries
are about 1/5 the weight of a sealed lead/acid battery on an Average FULL SIZED BIKE.

Obviously, on the Z the battery is much smaller, so the weight savings is more like 2 lbs.

Antigravity Batteries are Maintenance-Free ,
and they do NOT need to be kept on a trickle charger.

Antigravity Batteries work perfectly with your stock vehicle’s charging system,
and are very easy to install.

To lose 7-10 lbs. of weight, it would cost thousands of dollars using Carbon Fiber.

Switching to an AntiGravity Battery can help with that for a lot less $$.


Just click on the link below for more detailed information & pricing.


>> Antigravity Lightweight Lithium Batteries <<








http://www.hardracing.com/AntiGravityLightweightMotorcycleBatteries.htm




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That should definitely help quite a bit. The best part is it's maintenance free and doesn't need to be left on a trickle charger
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Exactly.

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AntiGravity Superlight Lithium batteries
are about 1/5 the weight of a sealed lead/acid battery on an Average FULL SIZED BIKE.

Obviously, on the Z the battery is much smaller, so the weight savings is more like 2 lbs.

Antigravity Batteries are Maintenance-Free ,
and they do NOT need to be kept on a trickle charger.

Antigravity Batteries work perfectly with your stock vehicle’s charging system,
and are very easy to install.

To lose 7-10 lbs. of weight, it would cost thousands of dollars using Carbon Fiber.

Switching to an AntiGravity Battery can help with that for a lot less $$.


Just click on the link below for more detailed information & pricing.


>> Antigravity Lightweight Lithium Batteries <<








http://www.hardracing.com/AntiGravityLightweightMotorcycleBatteries.htm




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Is there a specific part number to get for our Z125's?
I'm looking to go big bore and would like the battery to have the head room to crank it over in the winter months. Thanks in advance
 

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Is there a specific part number to get for our Z125's?
I'm looking to go big bore and would like the battery to have the head room to crank it over in the winter months. Thanks in advance
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We run the AG801 in our Z125 as well as our Grom.

That's the one we recommend as well.



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