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Flat Battery need to know correct battery charger to purchase


I need to know the correct type of battery charger to use for my 2007 gsx-r 600, its been in storage and when i recently came to start it there was just a clicking noise which i'm assumming means a flat battery.

The choice of available battery chargers is a bit baffling so i don't want to get the wrong one which won't do the job or could potentialy damage the bike further than just having a flat battery

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Any 12v battery tender will do the trick. I use them often with no problems on many different bike batteries.



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