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Nytro Battery

Discussion in 'FX Nytro General Talk' started by boritzer1234, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. boritzer1234

    boritzer1234 Newbie

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    Where is the best place to get a replacement batter for a 2008 FX Nytro? Mine constantly needs charging even last winter when I rode it a lot and let it sit for a week it would be dead.
  2. basic700

    basic700 Newbie

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    Wilton WI
    Do a search this spring there was a thread on a lightweight replacement battery and not that much more in price.
  3. foe

    foe Newbie

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    Location:
    Ontario
    Shorai Lithium -Ion battery. It is supposed to be 7 pounds lighter than stock battery. Look them up shoraipower.com.
  4. boritzer1234

    boritzer1234 Newbie

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    Location:
    Arcadia Wiscosnin
    They dont have a battery listed for an 08. Would an 09 battery be the same thing? I'm assuming so...
  5. foe

    foe Newbie

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    Location:
    Ontario
    Ya they are the same. In the write up it talks about the yuasa battery that is in the Nytro's.(YTX20HL-BS).
    There are two types. Standard(LFX24L3-BS12) and high performance(LFX27L3-BS12)
    They have a way more cold cranking amps then stock nytro battery.
  6. boritzer1234

    boritzer1234 Newbie

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    Location:
    Arcadia Wiscosnin
    I cant see myself spending that much on a battery. Is there a cheaper way? It doesn't get terribly cold here for long so i'm not concerned about not starting on those real cold days.
  7. natedawgedog

    natedawgedog Paying Member VIP Member

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    DLG, Ak
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    USA
    Snowmobile:
    09 Nytro XTX
    do a search on it, type in lightweight battery in the nytro general talk section, there are alot of posts on this subject.
  8. 00-NUKE

    00-NUKE Newbie

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    Princeton, MN

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