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What battery model do i need for zzr 400 1995?

Im having trouble finding out what battery model i need for my zzr 400, year of manfacture 1995

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Hi luke my parts book say it uses a ctx9bs

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My problem with my zzr 400 is everytime i turn on my headlight even parklights my battery discharge. i tested my rectifier and i think it works bec evrytime i accelerate my charge reading gets high ( m...

How old is your battery? Has it been overcharged?
The battery voltage at rest should read 12.8Volts when fully charged. If, when it is charging from the engine, the voltage exceeds 14.8Volts, suspect an overcharge as that will damage the battery and reduce its output power. I can't see there are any shorting problems as you would notice the hot wire smell.
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