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    Been wanting to replace led battery with lighter lithium but love been seeing lots of things that say yamaha dont work with lithium . I have a 2006 yamaha 40 hp. And want to know if this is true some say if battery has BMS it will work.
    Can someone set me straight. Thanks !

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    Call or email Yamaha with your questions.

    Very good customer service.


    Can't think of anyone who would know their product better than than the actual manufacturer.

    Good Luck

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    I’m running Impulse’s All Purpose with my 02 90hp Yamaha with no issues. This battery has a BMS on it.

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    Iím running Impulseís All Purpose with my 02 90hp Yamaha with no issues. This battery has a BMS on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justinp61 View Post
    I’m running Impulse’s All Purpose with my 02 90hp Yamaha with no issues. This battery has a BMS on it.
    This must work pretty good, he said it twice!!
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    I do like the weight savings of lithium
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    I do like the weight savings of lithium
    I agree 100%

    Run 2 Impulse 60A/H on one boat and 3 LiTime 100A/H on the other for the T motors.

    Run AGM on the crank batteries since one motor is under warranty and the other motor (Yamaha) says not to.

    I don't know the type of charging system the OP has in the Yam 40, so I recommended contacting Yamaha directy to be safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannabe fisherman View Post
    This must work pretty good, he said it twice!!
    Oops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina pirate View Post
    Been wanting to replace led battery with lighter lithium but love been seeing lots of things that say yamaha dont work with lithium . I have a 2006 yamaha 40 hp. And want to know if this is true some say if battery has BMS it will work.
    Can someone set me straight. Thanks !
    I run a 100ah impulse lithium starting battery in my 60hp Yamaha. No issues whatsoever in the past 3 years.


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    Best is call the battery manufacturer all Lithium's have a BMS.

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