You have to remove the two bolts on that metal bracket that runs over the battery and it will come right out. I think the ground strap is attatched to one side so watch for that so you know to put it back.
And you also have to remove the rear bolt that holds the tank on if I remember correctly. So you can tilt the tank a little bit.
I know I had the plastic fill pieces off when I did it. (Sides under seat.)
I had to do it not long ago, not a lot of fun- gotta love a battery tender.
Original battery was still working but after 5yrs I figured it was time to get a new one anyways.
I dont know if you have your battery yet,.....but it is very important that you follow the directions on Acid filling and charging rates!.......it will determine how long the new one lasts and how strong it will be.
edit,....this is IF you buy the battery and fill/charge yourself.........some dealers will do it for you.but I prefer to do it myself since I have all the tools and such............a low amperage charger and a Voltmeter
Hi, new zx10r owner since late last year, coming from a 4c8 r1.
love the new bike, its awesome, just done the first 500 miles and having its first service soon.
Mod plan this year.
decat and rear silencer
the stock headers are titanium anyway didn't think it needs a full system?
Good day gents
Sorry to revive this post again, I've read all I can so far regarding the wire mod but I'm hoping anyone can assist as I have a question for my specific Gen 4.
Current mods on my Gen4:
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