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1969 BMW 750cc R75/5 Motorcycle Batteries

BMW 1969 R75-5 Motorcycle

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YT51913-22 Scorpion 12v 255 CCA Sealed AGM Motorcycle BatteryYT51913-22 Scorpion 12v 255 CCA Sealed AGM Motorcycle Battery Price: $94.95 Size: 7 1/8 x 3 x 6 9/16"
C.C.A.: 255 Amp/Hr: 20
Replaces: Standard flooded type 51913, 51814, YTX22L-BS
SST51913-FP Scorpion Stinger 12v 552 CCA LiFePo4 Extreme High Output BatterySST51913-FP Scorpion Stinger 12v 552 CCA LiFePo4 Extreme High Output Battery Price: $247.00 Size: 7 1/8 x 3 1/16 x 6 11/16"
C.C.A.: 552 - As tested Midtronics model #417755 Amp/Hr: *See Notes
LFX21L6-BS12 Shorai 12v 21 AH PBEq LiFePO4 Power Sports Battery [- +]LFX21L6-BS12 Shorai 12v 21 AH PBEq LiFePO4 Power Sports Battery [- +] Price: $206.95 Size: 5.83 x 3.23 x 5.51"
C.C.A.: 315 Amp/Hr: 21 PbEq
Replaces: HYTX14HL, YTX20HL, HYTX16BHL

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September 1969 saw BMW’s /5 models introduced to the market. While they were offered in three configurations, R50/5, R60/5, and R75/5, only the two larger bikes had electric start standard. In 1969 the 750cc R75/5, and the 50/5, came with silver gray tank and fenders, and blue pin striping. With a 745 cc engine, the first that BMW had made since the end of WW2, the 75/5 was able to crank out 50 hp at 6200 rpm and rip along at 103 mph. Being the first of a series the 1969 model of the R75/5 is a bit of a rarity and most of those lucky few who own one will never part with this piece of BMW history. Batterystuff.com is the leading provider of replacement 1969 BMW R75/5 Motorcycle batteries.


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