Replacing the mg12a bsc that came with my used triumph 600. Its allegedly a gel but i suspect its an AGM. Im wondering what type of battery i should get that has the best heat and impact resistance, but i dont want to spend any more money than i need to because i may not keep this bike for long. My bike gets really hot, I saw that at least one type of li-on i looked at was rated to 60c but that seems kind of low. Im also not sure if its a good idea to get well above the CCAs required. I cant actually figure out how many CCas my bike requires. The battery has conked out on me twice now but i cant tell if thats just because the battery is dying or if more CCAs would allow more attempts to crank in the future. Fast recharge would be ideal too since i dont ride long distance so theres not much time for the battery to recharge during the rides so thats one tick in the li-on box. So to reiterate what battery type has the best heat and impact resistance and does it matter if my bike is getting well over the CCAs required to start?