saito Standard Battery
Manufacturer details: saito
Maintaining your motorcycle can actually be fun!
OEM spare parts? All well and good, but usually very expensive. The Japanese brand saito offers some highly attractive alternatives for wearing parts and accessories. How does that work? High-quality products are purchased from leading manufacturers around the world at the best possible terms and offered at low-cost prices under the brand name saito. Our customers benefit from this. Quality at a bargain price, because fun does not have to cost a fortune.
- Standard batteries are partially precharged in a dry state and need to be filled with acid (order acid separately) and then charged with a suitable charging device.
- The acid is stored in the cells in liquid form.
- The level of acid should be checked about once a month. Only use distilled water for topping up.
- Never add more acid!
saito Standard Battery
Saito standard motorcycle batteries offer a combination of high power and top brand quality. They deliver optimal cranking power and long service life.
This battery type is delivered dry and partially charged. This means you must fill these saito batteries with battery acid before using them. Ideally therefore, you should also order the battery acid (10038001) at the same time. To find out how much acid to use, see the pdf file "Battery dimensions and acid quantities" under "Documents".
After installation, the acid level must be checked about once a month and, if necessary, topped up with distilled water. No more acid may be added after initial filling!
- The manufacturers of saito batteries are ISO 9001 certified
- Includes screws (nuts if necessary), vent hose and detailed operating and installation instructions
Important message! To prevent acid burns, we recommend using a funnel or acid bottle when filling the battery! Always wear suitable gloves and protective goggles when handling battery acid!
Good to know:
If you are having trouble finding the right battery for your vehicle, please use our product listing in the "Bike database" (top navigation bar). As a general rule, the motorcycle manufacturer specifies the right type of battery for your motorcycle. If you're unsure, simply take a look in your motorcycle owner's manual or check the label on your old battery.
Before initial filling and installation, it is essential to check that battery fits in your vehicle (size), that the terminals and air flow extraction are in the correct position, and the voltage (V) and capacity (Ah) are correct. Please carefully read the package insert and the safety instructions it contains!
More information is available in "Documents".