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simply removing the battery and doing nothing else will have no effect whatsoever on the rest of the bike. other than the clock which will reset.

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I seldom ride my bike so battery not fully charged. I want remove battery and bring home to fully charge it. Question: if I remove battery from bike, will this affect the ECU settings or any complications ? Any experts please advise...

if removing batt only, no

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If you are speaking about a battery not being able to hold a complete charge i.e. nominal voltage of 12.9v when measured with a voltmeter, your battery most probably have gone bad. The State of Charge "SOC" is no longer close to 100%

 

Share with us your Battery brand, model, age, bike model. Battery Charger brand and model. Nominal Voltage when uncharged (left in open). It will be easier to come to a more proper conclusion.

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