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PostSubject: Shorai Batteries   Sat Sep 02, 2017 8:33 am

I've used Shorai batteries for years in my bikes. Lighter weight, smaller and more CCA than stock, with More AH too.
I highly recommend them especially if you have extra lighting, that you leave on at Bike night for instance,
or if you have an alarm, which obviously draws power constantly. More AH means the bike can sit for longer with the alarm or lights on.

I wanted to share with you a promo code I received from them for 20% off if anyone is interested.

20% OFF STORE WIDE Offer Ends Tuesday September 5th, 2017.
Get out and beat the heat with Shorai end of summer savings.
USE CODE: SUMMER20 at checkout, and enjoy savings

For Silverwing:

https://shoraipower.com/products?action=vehicle&type=178&make=353161&model=353810&year=353810

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PostSubject: Re: Shorai Batteries   Sat Sep 02, 2017 9:04 am

Thanks for sharing, Dan. This is a great opportunity for someone.

Do you have your Shorai on charge when you are not using your bike --even overnight?

Tim
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PostSubject: Re: Shorai Batteries   Sat Sep 02, 2017 1:06 pm

I do not have to charge my Shorai manually unless I have left the bike unused for weeks.
And that is because I have an alarm on the bike, which draws about 6 maH.
With a 18AH battery, it takes a while to discharge it to where I have to charge it.

I live in a condo with no charging outlet available on the ground level.
So if I have to charge the battery I have to take it out of the bike and bring it upstairs to charge.
Its a PITA, so having the extra AH is a big deal for me.

If I'm not going to use the bike for a long time, I just disconnect, and its ready to go when I reconnect.

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