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Originally posted by limbat@February 13, 2007 09:47 am

Stocks are all in now .......................... :lovestruck: :lovestruck:

May I ask what's the best and easiest way to buy your

product?

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Don't think too hard about it. You don't need a reason.

JUST RIDE.

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If cannot start bike & problem is weak battery after no riding for weeks, I got 2 solutions:-

 

1) Install headlight switch. After switching off headlight - voltage can jump up. Then can try starting engine.

 

2) Buy a portable battery pack thingy. The thingy is a build-in 12V lead acid battery & build-in charger & have fuse protection . It also have cigarette lighter sockets for connecting 12V equipments such as fans & torches or spot lights or jump start cables. I kept it at home & used it to jump start my vehicle & for emergency lighting etc . Bought it for 100 plus at Stamford tires 2nd floor next to AYE or Pioneer Rd North there .

 

:smile:

John 15:7 (New International Version)

7 If you remain in me and my words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.

-- it's true & it really works for me. :)

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I have a question. I left my bike and will only pick it up in a months' time. So I might need a batt charger. How does it work?

Charge the batt charger, then bring it to my bike and connect to my bike? Or I need to connect the batt charger to an AC power source while connecting the terminals to my bike??? Pls adv, thanks~!

Be contented and you have the world... be greedy and you'll never be happy.

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If we use this CTEK charger, what setting should we use for charging a brand new battery's initial charge?

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

Quotable Quotes: If you ride a motorcycle often, you will be killed riding it. That much is as sure as night follows day. Your responsibility is to be vigilant and careful as to continue to push that eventuality so far forward that you die of old age first

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Originally posted by SK I@February 14, 2007 01:52 pm

I have a question. I left my bike and will only pick it up in a months' time. So I might need a batt charger. How does it work?

Charge the batt charger, then bring it to my bike and connect to my bike? Or I need to connect the batt charger to an AC power source while connecting the terminals to my bike??? Pls adv, thanks~!

What I did is take the battery out and connected to my Vanson Charger. I charged for about 45 minutes and it's all good to go :smile:

 

Ok, the battery is heavy. Very heavy, but it's worth it.

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Originally posted by gohjohan@February 14, 2007 02:42 pm

What I did is take the battery out and connected to my Vanson Charger. I charged for about 45 minutes and it's all good to go :smile:

 

Ok, the battery is heavy. Very heavy, but it's worth it.

oh... that means either way, I still cannot ride my bike away from the parking spot in 30mins with a dead batt :sweat:

Be contented and you have the world... be greedy and you'll never be happy.

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Originally posted by SK I@February 14, 2007 01:52 pm

I have a question. I left my bike and will only pick it up in a months' time. So I might need a batt charger. How does it work?

Charge the batt charger, then bring it to my bike and connect to my bike? Or I need to connect the batt charger to an AC power source while connecting the terminals to my bike??? Pls adv, thanks~!

 

Well if your parking place have a AC outlet then a CTEK XS800 (0.5 kilo) will be very useful - it will charge yr bike battery in 10 mins. Also supplied together with the XS800 is a extra cable set so U dun have to remove the battery to charge it - just plug & charge.

 

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Originally posted by william_liu@February 14, 2007 02:12 pm

If we use this CTEK charger, what setting should we use for charging a brand new battery's initial charge?

Mr. Liu,

 

The CTEK chargers are electronic type - they charges automatically & cuts off automatically into a trickle charge. There are sensors reading the battery condition & set the charging rates.

 

The higher end models - have a recond battery mode & a constant charging mode.

The recond mode actually tries to save a otherwise not depleted battery. The constant charging mode keeps the battery in full capacity thru the charging period.

 

cheers

HP: 93891138 :angel:

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Originally posted by gohjohan@February 14, 2007 02:42 pm

What I did is take the battery out and connected to my Vanson Charger. I charged for about 45 minutes and it's all good to go :smile:

 

Ok, the battery is heavy. Very heavy, but it's worth it.

 

My suggestion is Y not use a smaller battery for yr bike. U could also bring the Charger to the battery, not the other way round ...... :cheeky: :cheeky:

HP: 93891138 :angel:

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Originally posted by limbat@February 15, 2007 12:57 am

My suggestion is Y not use a smaller battery for yr bike. U could also bring the Charger to the battery, not the other way round ...... :cheeky: :cheeky:

The battery is already reasonably small. Anyway, it's not too hard to bring the battery to charge.

 

btw, what time does Lim Battery close? I went there yesterday evening and it was closed :weep:

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Originally posted by limbat@February 15, 2007 10:11 am

Normally we are closed by 6pm, but if I am in SG then it will mostly be 7.30-8pm.

 

Best if U call b4 U come, then I can wait for U. 93891138 / 63381138.

 

:sorry: :sorry:

oic.... so that's what time you guys close. ok, will call next time

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Originally posted by limbat@February 13, 2007 11:30 pm

Well U can comeby our shop for a free demo or we could post the item to you

after we received your payment thru ATM/Internet transfer. Postage is free for SG but registration is an additional s$3.

 

TQ 4 asking.

:smile: :smile:

Hallo, I'm interested in purchasing this battery charger by post, can let me know how to do it? Thanks!

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

Quotable Quotes: If you ride a motorcycle often, you will be killed riding it. That much is as sure as night follows day. Your responsibility is to be vigilant and careful as to continue to push that eventuality so far forward that you die of old age first

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which CteK model would u recommend ?

CTEK US 800 (12V, 10W),

CTEK MULTI US 3300 (12V, 45W),

CTEK MULTI US 7000 (12V, 100W)

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04-05> Honda TA150

05-06> Honda Shadow400, Suzuki Bergman400

06-07> Honda Blackbird1100

07-09> Honda Super4 Spec2, Honda CBR954RR

09-13> Yamaha RC135, Yamaha YZF R6 09

13-??> Honda Silverwing

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Originally posted by william_liu@February 26, 2007 12:48 am

Hallo, I'm interested in purchasing this battery charger by post, can let me know how to do it? Thanks!

 

Mr. Liu,

Pls call my office for the costing there is a few models to consider.

 

Pls call 62421138 / 93891138.

 

Lim Sk

HP: 93891138 :angel:

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Originally posted by takala21@February 26, 2007 05:26 am

which CteK model would u recommend ?

CTEK US 800 (12V, 10W),

CTEK MULTI US 3300 (12V, 45W),

CTEK MULTI US 7000 (12V, 100W)

 

It really depends on your usage - unless U are a shop U may onli need the

XS 800 model.

 

cheers

HP: 93891138 :angel:

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tis morning jus went ur shop, but ur not around. saw ur bike parking there~ haha

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04-05> Honda TA150

05-06> Honda Shadow400, Suzuki Bergman400

06-07> Honda Blackbird1100

07-09> Honda Super4 Spec2, Honda CBR954RR

09-13> Yamaha RC135, Yamaha YZF R6 09

13-??> Honda Silverwing

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I just ordered the charger yesterday through Internet transfer! :smile:

Even the smallest spark can start a massive forest fire...

 

Quotable Quotes: If you ride a motorcycle often, you will be killed riding it. That much is as sure as night follows day. Your responsibility is to be vigilant and careful as to continue to push that eventuality so far forward that you die of old age first

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Originally posted by takala21@February 27, 2007 11:33 pm

tis morning jus went ur shop, but ur not around. saw ur bike parking there~ haha

 

Am sorry mate - am travelling now but will be back by this Sat. May I see U then ?

 

cheers

HP: 93891138 :angel:

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