Battery located on left hand side of the bike. Open left saddlebag, removed the cover located just forward of the saddlebage and you will see the battery. (Refer to page 152 in the owner's manual.)I've used them on my previous bikes, and they made the batteries last a long time. However, I don't know how difficult it is to get to the battery on the Wing. I don't even know where it's located.
Left side. Open the left saddlebag and remove the side cover. I installed the BT quick connect. Just don’t route the wiring down the battery hold down as I believe it will rub against the side cover.I've used them on my previous bikes, and they made the batteries last a long time. However, I don't know how difficult it is to get to the battery on the Wing. I don't even know where it's located.
No riding for 4 to 5 months? Too bad. I would lose my mind. I am in NY and maybe I lose 2 to 4 weeks depending on how bad the winter is.I used 2 battery tenders, both lasted about 5-6 years during winter, But with my last Tender, I had my battery on tender ( 3year old battery ) A couple of years ago, I took the tender off in Spring and the battery was not charged, It ran quickly down while starting, So now I just bring my battery in the house at the end of the riding season and charge it and leave it in the basement for the 4-5 months, then put it back into the bike in the spring, Might be a little inconvenient, But a piece of mind, in case the tender goes bad!
NOCO GC009 X-Connect SAE Adapter Accessory For NOCO Genius Smart Battery Chargersooooo. I have both also but wasn't aware I could get a Deltran pigtail/adapter to plug my NoCo into. Will check it out