Beagle123 wrote:What went wrong?
Beagle123 wrote:I've always had them hooked up to the charger when not in use. I've drained them almosst completely a couple of times. I took two long rides in one day once. I've been storing my scooter in a hot garage. It get to be perhaps 90-100 degrees on a hot day.
By the way, what is the normal sag voltage I should expect when drawing about 25 amps?
WHen they go dead, Maybe I'll try these:
http://www.batteryspace.com/index.asp?P ... rodID=2538
What do you guys think?
Beagle123 wrote:One more question:
How can I avoid torching these new batteries? You guys said that I shouldn't charge them when its hot, but I can't leave them depleted. That does more damage. When I arrive home and its hot what am I supposed to do?
Safe mentioned that he has a battery charger that has 5 stages. Do y'all think I should ge a fancy one?
xyster wrote:He could be talking out his butt.
Toorbough ULL-Zeveigh wrote:xyster wrote:He could be talking out his butt.
No battery likes to get cooked.
When have I steered you wrong b4?
Toorbough ULL-Zeveigh wrote:Glad u axed!
From the ole B.U....
You should know by now I don't post anything I can't back up.
Beagle123 wrote:My normal procedure is to just keep it plugged in all the time. Actually, my normal procedure is to ride it 5 miles, park it for 8 hours, ride it home, plug it in, repeat each day.
Maybe I should try to find an outlet where I park so I can charge it before riding home. This would avoid having it sit with a 70% charge for those 8 hours. Opinions?