Antigravity AG-1601 Lithium Battery

(14 customer reviews)

$289.99

The Antigravity Batteries AG-1601 is getting into the massive power arena with 480 Cranking Amps. It is the smallest lightest 16-Cell Lithium battery made. This is the go-to battery if you need very high power in a compact size.

  • Small Case format
  • 4.5 x 3.25 x 5.25 inches (LxWxH)
  • 480 Cranking Amps
  • 22 Amp Hours (Pb Eq)/11 Ah (Actual)
  • 3.18 lbs

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Description

AG-1601

Small Case Lithium Battery

The Antigravity AG-1601 is an ultra compact 16-Cell battery: only 4.5 x 3.25 x 5.25 inches (LxWxH to top of terminals) and 3.18 lbs yet has massive power. It can turn over many of the larger V-Twin motors up to 113 cubic inches. This lightweight motorcycle battery is often chosen for Custom V-Twins where small size is needed, and by Adventure bikers who want more power and capacity. AG1601 is also a favorite for Race Car use.

Features

  • Ultra-Lightweight and High-Power Lithium-Ion Motorsport Battery.
  • Most Compact of Lithium Motorsports Batteries available (great for racers and custom builders).
  • Can hold a charge up to a year provided there are no “Parasitic Drains” (accessories that draw power when bike is off (i.e. alarms, ECUs, iPods, GPS, heated grips, etc).
  • Large all-brass terminal design.
  • Can be installed in any orientation.
  • No highly toxic materials like Acids or Lead.
  • No fluids to leak and damage the vehicle.
  • 3-Year Warranty (view our Warranty page for details).

Best Uses

  • Capable of every day use in bikes up to 1600cc.
  • Large V-Twin motors up to 1600cc (96 Cubic inch).
  • Race use bikes up to 2000cc (use may vary depending on modifications to motor and size of motor).
  • Race use in Cars up to 3500cc (use may vary depending on modifications to motor and size of motor).

Not for use in Passenger Cars or Street use Automobiles.
Not for use in PWC (Personal Watercraft).

Proposition 65 Warning

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Additional information
Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 5 × 6 × 4 in
Product Weight

3.18 lbs

Product Size

4.5" x 3.25" x 5.25" (mm: 114x83x133)

Cranking Amps

480

Amp Hours (Pb Eq)

22

Reviews (14)

14 reviews for Antigravity AG-1601 Lithium Battery

  1. Glenn Oliver

    I can tell you the straight up hell Phoenix weather is on a battery! When everyone is putting their bikes up for the winter we are planning our trips! We ride all year the heat will destroy regular battery, cooking it from the inside! I am a 35 year plus electrician , work on everything from l.e.d. lighting to skyscrapers and 40 year bike wrench, this is the best battery I’ve ever put in a car or bike! We have a 16cell 3 1/2 years old it has started every bike we have worked on for 3 years! From yamaha 80 to a 112″ S&S monster! It’s in a 93 ” stroker S&S never fails to start out bikes! Our shop and friends all run them, I’ll never put anything in my panhead again makes the old points bikes come ALIVE! THANKS GUYS ! CALLING YOU NEXT WEEK FOR A NEW CHARGER! Glenn at upperclass rats

  2. Anonymous

    I was excited to try a high powered, light-weight lithium battery for my 2001 Ducati 996 and decided to go with Antigravity (https://antigravitybatteries.com/). They’re made in the US and seemed to have a good warranty. I looked for reviews, but at the time there weren’t many available so I went ahead with my purchase. To summarize, in about 2 years I went through 4 Antigravity batteries and spent about $400.00. Here’s my personal experience for anyone that might be considering them.

    12/05/11 – I paid $195 (179.99 + tax)
    The original purchase of an Antigravity 8 Cell (YTZ7-8) from Motostrano Redwood City, CA.

    01/03/12 – I paid $43 upgrade to an Antigravity 12 Cell (YTZ10S-12)
    I realized that the 8 Cell battery wasn’t powerful enough to turn over my 996 effectively, so I paid for an upgrade. I understand that this was my fault because I didn’t read the spec’s carefully enough – according to Antigravity the 8 cell battery is “capable of everyday use in bikes up to 600cc”.

    10/12/12 – I paid $75.00 for another upgrade, 12 Cell to 16 Cell.
    9 months after the upgrade, I noticed that the upgraded 12 Cell battery started to perform poorly and I was having difficulty starting my 996. Shortly thereafter, the 12 Cell battery completely died and wouldn’t hold a charge at all so I returned it to Antigravity for testing. The technician claimed finding no obvious damage and didn’t provide an explanation why it wouldn’t hold a charge. I thought that perhaps even the 12 cell didn’t have enough power to start my bike repeatedly over a long period of time so I paid Antigravity the purchase price difference to upgrade from the 12 to 16 Cell (the YTX12-16, retails for approx $289.00 + Tax)

    04/01/14 – I paid an additional $91.00 for a warranty replacement on the 16 Cell.
    The 16 cell battery died and wouldn’t hold a charge so I returned it to Antigravity for testing. Again, the results were that there was no verifiable damage and no reason why it didn’t hold a charge. Antigravity didn’t offer to replace the battery at no charge so I paid the fee for a warrantee replacement. In my case I was given a 75% discount as per the 3 year warranty plan (6-12 Months — 75% discount from retail MSRP)

    I should note that I ride my bike about 3 times a week for an hour or two under normal road conditions. I live in reasonable weather here in Northern California and I don’t race it. The charging system was tested to be normal around October 2012 by Nichols Sportbikes in Milpitas (who are awesome btw :). Also, I didn’t opt for the $120.00 charger that Antigravity sells and am of the opinion that a battery should last more than a year if you operate it normally – especially at those prices!

    Personally, I’m going back to a regular battery after my experiences with Antigravity and Lithium batteries.

  3. Rick Gibson

    The compact size and ability to install this battery is unlike any other. The power that this battery is like lightning in a box.

  4. Bob

    Installed the 16 cell small battery and so
    far it has worked very well. The battery looks
    and feels like a very high quality unit.
    I like the fact that it is so small that my
    1998 Honda VFR800 has lost 8 pounds.
    The CCA of 410 is amazing!
    Expensive but well worth it.

  5. brian

    we have tried most of the top brand lightweight batteries out there and ANTI gravity is by far the best .

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