FAQ

FAQ XT 500

No, when using the electric starter the indicator light is useless.

No, installation of the kit does not require ignition timing.

No, if you are sure that the flywheel is in good condition and that it is mounted on the crankshaft, there is no need to dismantle it.

No, however, it is recommended to use it because it reduces the effort required of the starter motor and therefore consumes less battery power, increasing the life of the kit and the battery.

Yes, simply unplug the cable and connect the supplied charger in its place.

Yes, the ignition is independent of the battery circuit as it is powered by its own coil in the flywheel. Without a 6V battery the lights and horn do not work with the engine off.

For two reasons; the lighting is greatly improved and the motorbike's electrical circuit allows the lithium battery to be charged, making it autonomous.

FAQ SR400/500

No, when using the electric starter the indicator light is useless.

No, installation of the kit does not require ignition timing.

No, if you are sure that the flywheel is in good condition and that it is mounted on the crankshaft, there is no need to dismantle it.

No, however, it is recommended to use it because it reduces the effort required of the starter motor and therefore consumes less battery power, increasing the life of the kit and the battery.

No, our lithium battery is calibrated for the XSTART. It has safety and balancing electronics that protect the charge in each cell. Moreover, the connector for the electrical power connection is specific. Any modification will result in the loss of the warranty.

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