Imagine your all excited to go riding on the weekend, as you haven’t ridden your bike for a few weeks. Key in then press the starter, the battery wont crank the starter! Grrrrrrr…… you may try to push it on 2nd gear but any bike over 250cc may be hard to push start. If its a Saturday maybe can get a new battery, while if its on a Sunday, maybe difficult. Recently we installed a DVR camera but unfortunately we didnt read the manual properly, we tap the power source directly to the battery, and the DVR continuously is recording, hence draining out the 3 months old Koyoko battery. We are not really expert in motorcycle wiring but during the i-Moto i-Workshop, I remember En Azman of GB Workshop did mention that the bike’s battery, should unscrew the “- Negative wire first” and when installing the new battery, must start with the “+ Positive” to prevent spark or fuse your other electronics on your bike. This is
one of many tips and techniques that was mention during the i-WorkShop.
We did blow a fuse and had a “sparky spark” on our first attempt to install the previous battery few months back! But this time no fuse was damage and no sparks! Thanks En Azman on the tips to install a bike battery.