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  1. It looks like the battery in my 2001 Sport is no longer holding charge. It is an Odyssey PC545 (with metal jacket), and the labels on it indicate a manufacture date of July 2005 and installation in 2006. I've had the bike since 2008 and the battery has never given me problems until recently. I briefly considered reconditioning it, but I'm leaning toward just replacing it given how old it is. From the many battery threads that turned up in my search, it looks like PC545 still gets most of your votes. That is the default choice for me as well since I've had good experience with the one that came in my bike. (though I probably shortened its life by putting it on a Battery Tender Jr out of ignorance). Nevertheless, I'd like to make sure that it is still the way to go since many of the threads I found are from a few years ago. For instance, would this Yuasa YTX-15L with it's higher CCA be a better choice? http://www.ebay.com/itm/262433899795 What about LiPO4 batteries? Thanks!!
  2. Hey, I have a problem with the battery brand Yuasa. Well, when fully charged discharged me while driving. I strapped him into a good charger and care for him as instructed. This is the second battery within 3 years. I bought a motorcycle from the first owner immediately had to replace the battery. But after one season, I started the engine I went to the gas station and started me crazy tachometer. After being stopped simply measure the rotation, then turn fell, and the turnover had already begun to fall and died - not fired. The battery strapped on charging - charging several hours to complete, and then keeps correctly until when I'll put it to the motorcycle. Interestingly, this was the case a second time - a time desczu and moisture. Is no idea whether the model V11 LeMans is something that can kill the battery - suck it into the empty current charge level?
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