Question about 1997 kawasaki Balius - II
If you can leave it in dry storage, remove the battery and put it on trickle charge or better still get someone to trickle charge it once a week for you for a few hours or until it is charged and reads 13.6Volts.
The rest will wait.
When you return, change all the fluids before trying to start it, including break and clutch fluids!
The battery should survive and that will be that. A bit of a polish, check your tyres and off you go.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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