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Sounds about right.. lots of folks forget that these smaller batteries just don't hold up as well without regular peak charing like larger batts do. Car batts have more cell plate area so that even if there is sulfation etc. there's still some usable area to hold it over for a while. I know folks who have to replace their batts ever spring up here in the great north. All the above info is spot on. Remember, warmer weather is actually harder on a batt than cold weather so it might not hurt to think about getting that smart automatic charger sooner than later.. something for a motorcycle battery wouldn't be much at all.
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