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4-20-2009 11:01 PM
Halifax500EX
Re: Battery Maint Adder

Liked your battery maintenance page. You might want to mention though the importance of not letting a lead/acid battery fully discharge as this can ruin the battery. Also for those who store their bikes over the winter, the need to remove the battery and store it FULLY charged. The bike will cause a slight discharge to the battery even if the ignition is off and this is enough to fully discharge the battery in a month of storage.

http://batteryuniversity.com/
3-30-2009 6:51 PM
GrayGamut
Re: Battery Maint Adder

Glad you liked my guide. I'll add your note to the wiki. I stole my syringe from a lab where I work. :P
3-29-2009 4:23 PM
tbosch
Battery Maint Adder

Just did the battery maint. Great how to wiki. I thought it might be helpful to people looking for syringes to know that at CVS you can get a free dosing syringe from the pharmacy. At least at mine you can.

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