Lithium Motorcycle Batteries Ultrabatt,designed around world class performance and engineering for International Formula 1, Moto Gp & World Superbikes.The battey is a very small lite weight compact unit weighing in at 466 grams with dimensions size of 114 x 91 x 30 = 90 cranking amps per blade.
1 x Ultrabatt Superlite Lithium PowerBlade with built in BMS! $140.89
A normal high Quality lead Acid Battery will give 2 -3 years of good service provided it has been maintained correctly
Ultrabatt High performance Battery will give 5-10 years of service if maintained correctly.
Ultrabatt battery have a built in BMS board and in line fuse
NEW FUTURA lll version with improved cold weather performance!!
The Ultrabatt multiMighty is the world’s first modular lithium battery system which has been Patented to avoid copy
Ultrabatt batteries are the most advanced lithium batteries currently available. Ultrabatt Lithium batteries were originally designed exclusively for use for GP teams.
Ultrabatt batteries are a modular battery system, If you need a bigger starting kick or more capacity just snap on another PowerBlade.
The most important rating for your battery is how well it can start your bike or Jet Skies.The rating that determines this is the Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) number. The best way to decide how many Ultrabatt Lithium PowerBlades you need in your MultiMIGHTY battery is to create a battery that has an equal or greater CCA rating of the battery you are replacing.
You can find the specifications for the original battery fitted to your car or bike at
www.yuasabattery.com or contact Torquepowermotorcycles.com.au our for our recommendations.
Before purchasing a Lithium battery for your bike we strongly advise you to read:
- Use one by itself or just snap on as many PowerBades as you need
- Every Power Blade includes its own separate microchip controlled BMS (Battery Management System)
- Over voltage charge cell protection (up to 15 Volts)
- Short cirucuit fuse
- Two year (non prorated) full value warranty!
- Top terminal adapters (2)
- Side terminal adapters (2)
- Battery linking adapters (2)
- Battery linking adapters (2)
- Battery connection clips (2)
- M5 battery bolts (2)
- M6 terminal bolts (2)
- Adhesive velcro straps for holding battery in battery box (4)
- M5 hexagonal allen key tool
- M6 hexagonal allen key tool
- User’s manual
Cheaper to own than lead acid batteries due to a longer service life (5-10 years)
Extremely light weight! A typical 7 amp/hour battery weighs 2.8kg. A single PowerBlade super lite battery incredibly weighs just 410 grams, complete with the built in Battery Management system!!
- Very small size. The multiMIGHTY battery dimensions are just 114x30x91mm (LxWxH).
- More cranking power. Each time you add a PowerBlade into your multiMighty battery you increment the 10 Second Pulse Cranking Amps capacity of your battery by 120 PCA.
- Very high capacity for size. Each time you add a PowerBlade into your multiMighty battery you increment the storage capacity by 6 Ah.
- Longer charge shelf life. Can start your bike after months of sitting on a shelf. Most customers consequently never need to purchase a mains charger.
- No acid to spill risk.
- Can be mounted in any orientation.
- Very fast charging. Typically a discharged battery can be fully recharged in 1-2 hours. By comparison a discharged lead acid battery will take over 12 hours to charge to full capacity.
Cheaper to own than legacy lead acid batteries
Most customers are fast to catch on to new technology and cost savings. It used to be that racers bought Lithium batteries to save weight ..but now it is commuters and weekend riders who are buying Lithium batteries to save money! Most people own each bike for a few years and most motorcyclists have worked out that the per year cost of lead acid batteries that last between 1-3 years is fairly expensive when compared to the yearly cost of owning a Lithium battery that will last between 5 and 10 years… In addition, due to the high self-discharge rates of lead acid batteries and the periodic use of motorcycles, most experienced motorcycle owners usually purchase a smart charger to maintain and condition their lead acid batteries. Good quality smart chargers such as the CTEK units typically cost as much as the purchase price of the battery.
Many owners will discover an Ultrabatt LiFePO4 battery will work out to be the cheapest option to own while they enjoy the benefits of extremely light weight, high cranking power, very low self-self discharge between rides and much higher reliability.Not all lithium batteries are equal
There has been much time spent researching LiFePO4 batteries for motorcycles and looked at many suppliers. Initially this was a frustrating exercise, because while there are many advantages to Lithium batteries there are several potential and serious issues such as:
In-built Battery Management Systems – extends the life of your battery by years
- Incredibly some lithium battery vendors are still selling lithium batteries that do have inbuilt battery management systems.
- Short lifetime, due to physical cell separation
- No short circuit protections
If LiFePo4 batteries are charged without a BMS (Battery Management System) the internal cells do not charge evenly. This can leads to a greatly reduced lifespan. If you only need the battery to last 2-3 years this is probably not an issue. But a lithium battery with an inbuilt BMS should have a lifespan of between 5 and 10 years.Vendors whose batteries do not have an inbuilt BMS recommend that you also purchase an expensive mains powered BMS charger and periodically re-balance the charge of the cells with this to extend the life of your battery. Ultrabatt avoids this hassle (and less than perfect solution) with an inbuilt microchip controlled Battery Management System that ensures that your cells are balance charged while you are riding your bike. With a Ultrabatt battery the extra cost of an external BMS is unnecessary. Each multiMIGHTY PowerBlade has a microchip controlled BMS in it to ensure near perfect balanced cell charging and extend the life of your battery by years.Short Circuit protection – safety
Lithium batteries have a very low internal resistance and can produce extremely high currents if short circuited. While it takes a lot to destroy a lithium battery, these extemely high currents can produce extreme heat within the battery. This extreme heat can potentially ignite a lithium battery. Protect yourself and your bike. NEVER use a lithium battery on a motorcycle that does not have short cirucit protection. Each multiMIGHTY PowerBlade has a dealer replaceable short cirucit protection fuse.Laser welded cell connections – durability
All lithium batteries have multiple cells inside them. Most other Lithium batteries inter-cell connections are either just low temperature soft-soldered or screwed together. Soft-solder brakes and screws vibrate loose. Both these interconnection systems and have proven very fragile in the field. We heard many stories of LiFePO4 batteries in motorcycles and jet skis failing after just a few hours of use due to these inter-cell connections failing.
Ultrabatt solves this problem by laser welding the inter-cell connections. Welding is much more robust than low temp soldering or just screwing together the internal cells. Ultrabatt batteries are warranted for and are truly suitable for use in both motorcycle and jet skis where batteries take a pounding.ChargingThe best way to maintain the charge in a lithium battery with built in BMS is to ride your bike and let your bike’s charging circuit and the BMS in the battery do their thing. Your battery does not need a trickle charger nor will it need charging over a very long period providing it has Nil drain on the battery when stationaryUltrabatt replacement fitting Category