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well, I came home empty handed.
It didn't look like any of the ones they had there fit. The brand was "excide" so the product codes are different and I had to compare sizes from memory.
They had a little book to tell you which battery for what bike. It had just about every other bike but the cbr250.
Heres a spec sheet I found on their website:
http://www.exide.com.au/products/specifications.php
Im gonna have rummage for my old battery and measure it up[hr]
well... looks like none of them will fit :(
 

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absolutely sure?
I went through their website, even the product specs (http://www.exide.com.au/products/motor-cycle.php) and theres nothing even starting with YT.
The battery we want needs to be 12V,7Ah. There is not even a 7Ah on their products list.

HOWEVER...
if you go here and have a look at the picture they have:
http://www.exide.com.au/products/motor-cycle.php
the third battery from the left looks like it would be the one we are after, correct?
 

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Ninexz said:
The battery we want needs to be 12V,7Ah. There is not even a 7Ah on their products list.
7Ah is just the capacity of the battery (how much power it'll give before it's flat), 6Ah would be fine.

Justin.
 
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