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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
It has a generator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
* Usually generators provide DC output while Alternators provide AC which is rectified to DC output.
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
 
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
 
I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
 
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
 
The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generatorgenerator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
* Usually generators provide DC output while Alternators provide AC which is rectified to DC output.
It has a generatorgenerator* to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
* Usually generators provide DC output while Alternators provide AC which is rectified to DC output.
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
 
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
 
I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
 
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
 
The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
 
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.

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I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in)battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.

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I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in)battery. Check the following link if in doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm
The output of the generator varies from 5.5V at 2300 rpm to 8.7V at 8000 rpm so it just squeezes in.

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编辑: jayeff ,

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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
 
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
(I
(I
think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt.doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
(I
(I
think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt.doubt or my maths/logic is faulty.
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm

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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf
Try getting a SLA type battery - (sealed lead acid, maintenance free) - as long as you don't reach the gassing voltage / cell for it when it is being charged by the generator you should be able to use one and not have to worry about battery maintenance.
(I think gassing voltage is approx 2.97V/Cell which equals 8.91V when charging a 6V battery and the maximum output of the generator is 8.7V at 8000rpm so it just squeezes in). Check the following link if in doubt.
http://www.powerstream.com/SLA.htm

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Hi,
 
Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.
 
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
It has a generator to provide electrical power to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).
 
[image|777761]
 
Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.
 
http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf

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Hi,

Here are the electrical specifications for your scooter.

It has a generator to run the motor as well as charge the battery. The specifications state that is has a 6V 2AH battery (2AH =7200 Coulombs, that's what the 7.2kC means).

[image|777761]

Here is the link to the service manual for your scooter.

http://projectmopedmanual.info/manuals/suzuki/suzuki-fa50-service-manual-1980.pdf

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