About two weeks ago my CTX got slow to crank one morning. Put the battery tender on it and it fired up after bout ten minutes and ran fine. Ran a few errands and it would start like normal. Next morning it wouldn't go, barely turned. Pulled the battery and it checked "bad". It was an Oreilly's (where I used to work) ETX14s AGM that I put in it about a year and a half ago that spun the engine a little quicker than the original, which lasted over four years. It was spec'ed for the bike per their catalogue and rated at 210 CCA 11ah verses the Yuasa original spec at 230CCA 11.2ah. So I went to the local Honda dealer and got the oem Yuasa. Fired up no problem, till the next morning. Turned a couple times slow and stall. Hooked the tender to it and ten minutes later it started up, but turned slow. Checked all connections and voltages except at the starter which is buried. Service manual says you got to pull the tail end off it including the swingarm which requires a special wrench that runs over 75 plus bucks. I replaced the starter relay but that didn't help. Pulled the right step holder and brake master cylinder reservoir and you can get it out if you got the right tools. Pulled it out and the magnets (fields) had come unglued from the inside of the case. I'm amazed it would even turn at all. Got one coming in tomorrow. Haven't seen anything of this nature before.