Honda Scooter Battery Finder

Honda Scooter Batteries

Find your replacement Honda Scooter / Moped Battery! Either browse our selection or use our Battery Finder to find all available options for your Honda Scooter including standard flooded, AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) or LiFePO4 (Lithium Iron Phosphate); if applicable. 

All of our Honda Scooter Batteries include Free Shipping and, if required, battery acid at no extra charge.

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  1. Battery Tender 8-12 Ah Lithium Battery
    Battery Tender 8-12 Ah Lithium Battery
    $149.95
  2. Battery Tender 7-9 Ah Lithium Battery
    Battery Tender 7-9 Ah Lithium Battery
    $99.95
  3. PTZ12S Power Sonic AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTZ8V AGM Power Sports Battery
    $78.95
  4. PTX12-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTX12-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $44.95
  5. PTX9-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTX9-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $37.95
  6. PT9A-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PT9A-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $44.95
  7. PTX7L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTX7L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $33.95
  8. PTX4L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTX4L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $28.95
  9. PTX5L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTX5L-BS AGM Power Sports Battery
    $30.95
  10. PTZ12S AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTZ12S AGM Power Sports Battery
    $68.95
  11. PTZ7S AGM Power Sports Battery
    PTZ7S AGM Power Sports Battery
    $46.95
  12. Deka Intimidator ETX12 AGM Power Sports Battery
    Intimidator ETX12 AGM Battery, by Deka
    $77.50
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Off-Season Storage Recommendations

While storing your power sports vehicle recommend the following:

  1. Store your battery in a cool, dry place. (Heat causes your battery to discharge at a faster rate.)
  2. Never allow your battery to remain in a discharged condition for a long period of time. When your battery is to be stored, it should first be fully charged. Recharge your battery approximately once every two months, or when the specific gravity of the electrolyte drops to 1.225.
  3. Do not overcharge your battery. This will cause damage to the cell plates. When charging your battery, feel the sides of the battery container from time to time. When the battery is warm, is has an adequate charge. The specific gravity of a fully charged battery is 1.265.
  4. Never allow the battery to freeze.
  5. As a battery gives off flammable hydrogen gasses when it is charging, never bring an open flame near a battery. Always charge your battery in a well-ventilated area.

To extend the life of your battery we recommend using a battery maintainer. A battery maintainer will safely keep the battery fully charged while in off-season long term storage.