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Old 09-30-2010, 12:41 PM   #1
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Battery for a 06 ninja

How much is an average battery for a kawasaki ninja zx-636 (2006)
Then would it cost a bit for labor?
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Old 09-30-2010, 12:44 PM   #2
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$40-$60. I'm not that great of a mechanic either but if you pay someone to install your battery then your man card will be revoked.
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Haha! I left my key in the ignition yesterday for like 7 hours and my battery was dead of course. So I took the seat off and saw how many screws and sh** you have to take out to take it out haha. But yeah I guess
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Old 09-30-2010, 12:53 PM   #4
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Just depends where you go. auto zone 40-60. 2 wheels toys like 70-90. cycle gear like 150! lol
Do the battery yourself tho! will save you 30-40$!
Or just pay me an ill do it for you haha
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get a charger and charge the thing
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trickle charger FTW they are like $20 at advanced autoparts
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+1, if it was in good shape, a trickle charge should bring it back. Plus once you own one, set it up to plug it in on a regular basis. Mine gets plugged in every night she is in her garage.
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If you have a flat don't you try to air it up before you run out and buy a new tire? Chargers are way cheaper and easier than batteries.
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I do have a charger. I want a new battery haha. I charged it, that's why I took the seat off.. You just gotta take off a of a lot more to take out the battery
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I do have a charger. I want a new battery haha. I charged it, that's why I took the seat off.. You just gotta take off a of a lot more to take out the battery
You like changing things out just because? If so, I want your old battery. If you are like that about tires, let me have those too. Probably wouldn't hurt to change out the motor as well.
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HAHAHAH!!! Yeah sometimes i just change things out for the of it.. but I keep it just in case I ever need it again.
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HAHAHAH!!! Yeah sometimes i just change things out for the of it.. but I keep it just in case I ever need it again.
I'm just giving you a hard time. I have a used battery sitting in the garage, and I also have a rear tire with miles still left on it "just in case". Be sure and keep that old one charged though. You let it sit too long and it just becomes garbage.
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Seriously?!?!?!?! If you had it taken apart enough to charge it then there's not 'a of a lot more' to actually take out the battery. It's one more fkn bolt plus the terminals. Replacing the battery shouldn't take more than 10-12 minutes.
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Seriously?!?!?!?! If you had it taken apart enough to charge it then there's not 'a of a lot more' to actually take out the battery. It's one more fkn bolt plus the terminals. Replacing the battery shouldn't take more than 10-12 minutes.
It seems that easy huh?
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