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About Full Spectrum Power Batteries available at Sportbike Track Gear
Full Spectrum Power pioneered the use of Lithium-based lightweight motorcycle batteries in performance and race applications. In 2008, Full Spectrum Power riders were winning races and championships in CCS competition with our prototype lightweight motorcycle batteries. Since then, Full Spectrum Power equipped machines have won more AMA Pro races than all other lightweight batteries combined. This is not by accident. The Full Spectrum line of batteries are used with STG's own sponsored riders as well.

The result of this ongoing development is a product line that is trusted to perform under the most difficult and demanding conditions possible. Since we released the original lightweight motorcycle battery in 2008, Full Spectrum Power has introduced the Pulse series battery, which was awarded "Best Racer Product of 2010" and the Pacemaker, the worlds first and only maintenance charger designed specifically for lithium motorcycle batteries. There are other companies who have copied their products, but none of them have the engineering expertise, design capabilities, or record of wins and championships that Full Spectrum Power has. There is only one Full Spectrum Power.

Full Spectrum Power lightweight motorcycle batteries are available in two styles and eight sizes. With an average weight savings of 7lbs, there is no better way to save weight on a modern motorcycle. We have lightweight batteries designed for all sizes and types of motorcycle, from 450cc dirt bikes to 1600cc drag bikes and everything in between.

Once finished, each battery is tested to ensure that it is exactly the same quality and performance as the lightweight batteries that helped Team M4 Monster Energy Suzuki's Martin Cardenas win the 2010 AMA Daytona Sportbike Championship.

Let us know if you need anything else. HUGE WEIGHT SAVINGS.

888-784-4327
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When will these batteries be available? Will it require some mods to secure the battery or is it just plug and play?
 

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OMG! You're still around. Thought you fell off the edge of the earth. :laugh:
 

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When will these batteries be available? Will it require some mods to secure the battery or is it just plug and play?
These are available now. We have gotten quite a few orders for them already.

For installation it depends which one you get, but they are very straight forward. Either just screw your new terminals on the battery if you get the newer Pulse series. If you get the Genises you will need to wire the quick disconnect up to your stock connectors.

To secure it, it will depend on the bike, but personally just getting a tiny strap and put it in the battery tray is what I would do.

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Hey Nick, I'm building a really sweet 675 race bike and these batteries look like something I need. PM me a price on the one you would recommend.
 

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These are available now. We have gotten quite a few orders for them already.

For installation it depends which one you get, but they are very straight forward. Either just screw your new terminals on the battery if you get the newer Pulse series. If you get the Genises you will need to wire the quick disconnect up to your stock connectors.

To secure it, it will depend on the bike, but personally just getting a tiny strap and put it in the battery tray is what I would do.

-Nick
Thanks for the info.
Will you guys make a video review on it?
 

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PM price for a D675 please :cool2:
 

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Is it possible to charge the Full Spectrum battery with a regular tender or are you obligated to use their specific charger. That could be an issue for me as we are running 220~250v in Europe.
By the way, is Jason still around? Can't get a hold of him. Thanks
 

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Is it possible to charge the Full Spectrum battery with a regular tender or are you obligated to use their specific charger. That could be an issue for me as we are running 220~250v in Europe.
By the way, is Jason still around? Can't get a hold of him. Thanks
I will check on this.

Yes Jason is here, he was out of town for 1.5 weeks though. Comes back tomorrow.

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Is it possible to charge the Full Spectrum battery with a regular tender or are you obligated to use their specific charger. That could be an issue for me as we are running 220~250v in Europe.
By the way, is Jason still around? Can't get a hold of him. Thanks
The answer I got was :

The Pacemaker charger is variable voltage input from 110-240v- it works fine in Europe, Au, etc…
We do not recommend using a charger that is not designed for lithium batteries.

Let me know if you have anymore questions.

-Nick
 
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