Figured out how to get the aux battery out.
- remove all front bodywork
- loosen and pivot away gas tank (after draining some fuel)
- remove tupperware cover
It appears the battery is the same as the main battery, so an Odyssey PC680 will fit and work just fine.
I was just about to order one but am now questioning why I'd spend the $120.
I know some people like the idea of being able to jumpstart themselves, and it would be good for running high current accessories.
But, I plan to add better horns and some lights for visibility, that's likely it.
I don't think I'd add a stereo which I think goes in that spot, but it's less weight up top which will likely aid handling.
Anything I've missed?