removing the battery from a Zane Laverda

With difficulty for sure ๐Ÿ™‚ probably one of the most inaccessible batteries i have tried to replace. The first time i did it the only way i could work it out was to remove the rear bodywork completely, then the undertray and Hugger, then remove the rear wheel, and then try to articulate the various wires into a position i could access the terminal bolts from. But, the good news is, there is an easier way ๐Ÿ™‚ in time i will try and do a video, but for now you have a brief description. The tail/seat fairing will need removing, and the undertray. Then remove all the left side footrest hanger and silencer. Undo the terminal connections, and it will take a bit of “jiggling” but with patience (something needed for any Laverda) the battery will come out between the hugger and the frame, it can be done without removing the exhaust, but My Terigionis come off with 2 springs and a bolt so i found it easier to get it out of the way. I hope this helps. When i can i will do a video of the whole thing. Hope this helps. Every Zane is a treasure to appreciate. I love my 2 wheel hand grenade ๐Ÿ™‚

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