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Old Feb 25th, 2020, 18:44   #31
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FYI I still run dynamo, not alternator.That might come later
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You beat me to it L.S. I saw your point about using too large a battery if infrequent short journeys are common, Lead acid battery life and efficiency are optimum when kept fully charged. The physical restrictions in the engine bay will probably limit choice anyway though.
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I always keep my batteries connected up to c tech trickle charger when not in use
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There are pros and cons to that idea, does your C-Tek charger have desulphation circuitry built in?
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Yes it does
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