Delivered and Installed- Sunshine Coast, Qld
THE BEST MOTORCYCLE BATTERY PRICES
If you’re on this page, it’s because you’re stranded somewhere on the Sunshine Coast with a dead motorcycle battery.
Well you’ve come to the right place- At Sunshine Coast Batteries, our 24/7 service promise means we can come to you whenever and wherever you need us – delivering and installing your replacement motorcycle battery on the spot. We’ll even take your old battery with us when we leave for environmentally friendly disposal.
There are no call out fees*, no membership requirements and we typically arrive in 30 minutes or less (dependant on weather and traffic conditions).
So when you need a replacement motorcycle battery on the Sunshine Coast fast, call Sunshine Coast Batteries on 1800 248 028. You can also fill out a contact form on our website to book your service at a time and location most convenient for you.
At Sunshine Coast Batteries, our light weight motorcycle replacement batteries will keep you on the road – or on the track – longer. You won’t find a higher endurance or higher performance motorcycle battery for a better price than those at Sunshine Coast Batteries. We deliver and install your replacement motorcycle battery whenever and wherever you need it with our comprehensive service. Whether it’s 6am on a Monday or 11pm on a Saturday, you can always rely on Sunshine Coast Batteries for a rapid response service and affordable fixed prices. What could be better than that? How about that there is no membership required to use our service, or that we don’t charge call out fees?* Give us a call today on 1800 248 028 or fill out an online quote form to organise your mobile motorcycle battery replacement service on the Sunshine Coast.
Why Choose Us
When it comes to reliable and efficient battery replacement services on the Sunshine Coast, look no further than Batteries Sunshine Coast.
We understand the importance of a properly functioning battery for your car, especially during unexpected roadside situations.
Our dedicated team is committed to providing top-notch roadside assistance, ensuring you’re never stranded due to a dead battery.
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A motorcycle battery is a rechargeable device that stores electrical energy, providing the necessary power to start the engine, operate lights, and power various electrical components of a motorcycle.
Motorcycle batteries use a chemical reaction between lead plates and sulfuric acid to generate electrical energy. When the motorcycle is started, the battery releases stored energy to the starter motor, initiating the engine’s combustion process.
Common types of motorcycle batteries include lead-acid batteries (conventional and AGM) and lithium-ion batteries. Each type has its own advantages in terms of cost, performance, and maintenance requirements.
The lifespan of a motorcycle battery varies based on factors like battery type, usage patterns, maintenance, and climate. Generally, lead-acid batteries last around 3-5 years, while lithium-ion batteries can last 5-7 years or more.
Common signs include slow engine cranking, dim headlights, difficulty starting the engine, and a general decrease in electrical component performance. If you notice these symptoms, it may be time for a replacement.
Regular maintenance includes keeping the battery terminals clean, checking fluid levels (for lead-acid batteries), and charging the battery during periods of inactivity. Following the manufacturer’s guidelines is essential for proper maintenance.
It’s possible to jump-start a motorcycle using a car battery, but it’s important to follow proper procedures. Make sure the voltages match, and avoid revving the car’s engine while jump-starting to prevent potential damage.
If you don’t have the tools and information you should call a roadside service to help.
Yes, extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, can impact battery performance. Cold temperatures reduce battery capacity, while excessive heat can accelerate battery degradation.
Lithium-ion batteries are lighter, have a higher energy density, and provide consistent power output. They also have a longer lifespan compared to lead-acid batteries and require less maintenance.
While it’s recommended to replace a battery with the same type, some motorcycles can be adapted to use different battery types with appropriate modifications. Consulting your motorcycle’s manufacturer or a professional is advised before switching battery types.