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Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

  • Part #:
    20121
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    6N5.5-1D

MSRP Price: $19.95

Our Price: $17.96

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$1.99 (10%)
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Overview of Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

  • Dependable, high quality at an economical price
  • Exact replacement requiring no modifications
  • Shipped dry; electrolyte not included


  • Specifications and Dimensions
    AMP Hour (AH): 5.5
    Length: 3 3/4 in.
    Width: 2 3/4 in.
    Height: 3 15/16 in.

    Included Items:
    (1) Battery with (1) 12" red wire, splits with two female bullet terminal connectors and with (1) 4 1/2" green wire with one ring terminal
    (1) 20 3/4" x 3/16" (ID) Clear hose

Specs for Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

Electrolite Acid
Type Lead Acid
Units Each
Volts 6V
Weight 1.56 lbs

Specs for Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

Electrolite Acid
Type Lead Acid
Units Each
Volts 6V
Weight 1.56 lbs

Fitment for Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

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Part 20121 fits the following machines

Honda
  • 1969 Honda CM91 Honda 90
  • 1968 Honda CM91 Honda 90
  • 1967 Honda CM91 Honda 90
  • 1966 Honda CM91 Honda 90
  • 1966 Honda CT200 Trail
  • 1965 Honda CT200 Trail
  • 1964 Honda CT200 Trail
  • 1979 Honda CT90 Trail
  • 1978 Honda CT90 Trail
  • 1977 Honda CT90 Trail
  • 1976 Honda CT90 Trail
  • 1975 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1974 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1973 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1972 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1971 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1970 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1969 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1968 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1967 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1966 Honda CT90K Trail
  • 1969 Honda SL90 Motosport
  • 1975 Honda ST90K Trailsport
  • 1974 Honda ST90K Trailsport
  • 1973 Honda ST90K Trailsport
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This battery fit perfectly,hooked right up. Disapionted that it did not come with fluid.
June 1, 2011
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Decent battery
Good basic battery. Fits my XLCH perfectly. Terminal post hardware is junk though. Save the hardware from your old battery
September 8, 2012
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4 / 5
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It's Yuasa... probably the best lead/acid battery
All the Japanese bikes used these as stock... and there's a reason why... they're good.
May 23, 2010
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Good product exact fit
Did like this battery, charged it 7 days ago and still charged and working GREAT. The only negative was shipping cost. I HATE to pay shipping
July 30, 2016
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1 year ago
Fit
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
A spare that's good to have.
Since batteries can sometime quit quickly, it is a good idea to have a spare on hand. Dry, a battery like this one can be stored indefinitely and be quickly put into service.
May 25, 2010
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5 / 5
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May 23, 2011
perfect fit
fit my 81 ct110 perfect, plugs into harness as it should. hard to beat yuasa batterys
January 2, 2016
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4 / 5
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February 4, 2011
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six volt oldie
It says 12-volt above, but I'm writing about a 6-volt model for my vintage Honda. If you're restiring an old Japanese bike, you're gonna need one of these (or similar) to get it going. Good thing they still make them. Charges right up and provides the required six-volt-jolt to make an old one go!
October 18, 2010
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what am i suppose to do with a battery with no electrolyte? seriously.
A shopper on Aug 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: You can buy bulk acid at your local auto parts store for a couple dollars

Instructions and Manuals for Yuasa Conventional 6-Volt Battery - 6N5.5-1D

Owner's Manual Owner's Manual PDF 131.3 KiB

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