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Full Spectrum was the first company to design the ever so popular light weight batteries and started selling them in 2008. These Lithium-based light weight motorcycle batteries were designed for racing applications, and have been redesigned to to be used in normal street applications as well. The Pulse P series now has terminals on top so it is now a direct replacement for the OEM battery.

Full Spectrum Power is the official battery supplier to Yoshimura Suzuki, Team M4 Monster Energy Suzuki, Monster Energy Kawasaki and Rickey Gadson, Celtic Racing, Orient Express Racing, and Patriot Racing. We have incorporated feedback from the very best riders, teams, and machines in the USA into all of our products.



If you have any questions about these batteries or don't see your bike listed, please give Jason a call at 888-784-4327 ext 210 or e-mail [email protected]

You can view a video of Full Spectrum and OTT

[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKx67_QVXXw"]YouTube - Superlight Lithium Sportbike Batteries[/nomedia]

You can also see one of our race bikes using these batteries at about 6 minutes and 30 seconds in.

[nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzyriefQG_A&feature=relmfu"]YouTube - How To Prep a Race Bike Part 1 of 3 from SportbikeTrackGear.com[/nomedia]

Here you can see the Pulse series with the terminal posts.


We carry the complete line of Full Spectrum products including the chargers.


This chart shows the battery cranking amps compared to a normal Lead Acid battery


This chart shows the weight difference in the batteries
 

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Question first: do these need to be constantly hooked to a charger?

then pm the price regardless of the answer please

Funny, I know how to make these darn things but would rather buy one!? Weird huh!
 

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How much for the PP2?

Alternatively, do you guys sell the quick disconnects separately? If so how much for that?
 

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price shipped to greece 26222 pls.

1 price with charger and 1 without.

thank u

Also dimensions if possible
The P2 runs $260 and the charger is $69 if you need it. I'll ship it for $30 over to you. Dimensions: 120mm (L) x 60mm (W) x 95mm (H); 720 grams.

Question first: do these need to be constantly hooked to a charger?

then pm the price regardless of the answer please

Funny, I know how to make these darn things but would rather buy one!? Weird huh!
They do not need to be tendered, they have a very very low loss rate. these could sit on a shelf for a year and lose only a tiny fraction of their overall charge.

How much for the PP2?

Alternatively, do you guys sell the quick disconnects separately? If so how much for that?
$260 and a set of cords is $49

 
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