Yuasa Battery, Inc. has been manufacturing motorcycle batteries in the U.S.A. to uncompromisingly high standards since 1979. Most of the large capacity Powersports batteries are manufactured in Laureldale, PA plant. All other Powersports batteries are produced in a Yuasa state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in various countries throughout the world. Each Yuasa facility follows the same rigorous manufacturing processes to ensure the highest Yuasa quality standards are met.
A motorcycle battery is a smaller version of a starter battery. It is designed to deliver a powerful burst of energy to start the engine. Once the vehicle has started, the battery is then recharged while the vehicle runs.
Maintenance free batteries – These batteries must be filled with acid upon receipt but require no further maintenance. These batteries are usually more expensive to buy but they will save you a lot of hassle in the long run as they do not require any further maintenance. It is recommended that these batteries be fitted in an upright position. Here's where you find out if one of our batteries is maintenance free.
Sealed maintenance free batteries – These batteries are sealed and do not need to be filled with acid upon receipt. As they are sealed, they can therefore be installed in different orientations without the danger of spillage. It is not recommended that these batteries be installed in an inverted position. Here's here you find out if one of our batteries is sealed and maintenance free.
GEL motorcycle batteries – These batteries are sealed maintenance free units in which there is no free flowing electrolyte as it is jellified. These batteries are virtually spill proof and may be fitted in different positions. It is not recommended to fit these batteries in an inverted position. Here's where you find out if our battery is a gel battery.
We stock the complete range and all batteries are shipped with whatever fluids are required to install.
Remember to check your bike is charging correctly after you install a new battery as very often the reason for a dead bettery is becuase your bike isn't returning the correct power to the battery. Generally the regulator rectifier is the issue. Use a voltameter to test. It should read 12-15V with the bike running.
If you're unsure about the battery you need please let us know and we will recommend the correct version.