I’m using this battery on a Ducati Scrambler 800. I’m extremely satisfied with the quality of the battery, the power, the weight, and small size. It’s 7lbs lighter than the battery it replaced and has a little more CCA than the old battery. Also, the guys at Revival know what they’re doing. I ordered other items from them and I’m very pleased with the quality and quick, professional handling of orders. I could go on....
I first bought an AGM battery and after a little research I came across the antigravity. I ordered the recommended size. when it arrived I couldn’t believe the Size and weight. I went from having one mounting option to several. High quality construction and made in USA. Custom builds need these. Hiding the battery is simple.
Second bike I install a Antigravity Battery. Money well spend.
Musta have on a custom bike
Ready to start a CB 750 bored to 823cc, must have on custom bike
Big power in a small package
So far the little battery cranks like a champ. My first shot at using a Lithium battery on a bike. Time will tell.
Exactly as described
awesome power and size is perfect!
Couldnt ask for a better battery!
Good guys over there
had a few hiccups on this order. Never had a problem before but they went the extra mile to make everything right. And they were always there when I called or had any technical questions
Great battery. Huge weight and size reduction. But, don't forget to buy a charger.
I got this battery for the same reason that many riders do: to relocate my battery to less visible location and reduce size and weight in the process. Thus far it has been absolutely perfect for that criteria. On my BMW R80/7 I was able to mount the battery in a small box below the bikes swingarm, and you barely notice it's there. The only issue I had with the battery is that when I was rebuilding the bikes electrical system, I put quite a lot of use on the battery without having the bike running to recharge the battery. This isn't a scenario that most people might run into, but for me, I realized that in order to get the battery back up to charge, I would need to buy a charger and this type of battery will not work with a standard trickle charger (it's apparently quite dangerous to do so). You need to buy a special charger for these Lithium Ion batteries, and my recommendation would be to just go ahead and get one now, when you buy your battery, rather than waiting until you need it. The charger isn't very expensive, but is hard, if not impossible, to find at your average auto parts store.