You bet! However, I am a fair weather rider. I only ride when its dry and above 35 degrees. This leaves plenty of down time for multiple bikes, especially during the winter. I keep my bikes on battery tenders at all times when parked in the garage. The batteries are always ready and my batteries last for at least 5 years on average.Best way to charge the battery, any bike battery, is to ride the bike.
correct but these battery's come charged and ready to rock so unless you run into an unfortunate innocident you shouldn't need oneMy guess is they have a special charger.
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Just weighed them both. The CV4 is 2.5 pounds lighter than your OEM Grom battery, and that's coming high off the bike. Do you really think I'd hawk batteries to save a couple ounces? On top of that, the CV4 has 135CCA vs. your OEM 65CCA. Do your battery research. Lithium ferrous is a whole different animal than conventional batteries.That'd have to be an awfully tiny battery to offer any benefit over the OE unit.
Maybe ounces at best.