|October 4th, 2012, 03:11 PM||#21|
Joined: May 2012
yep, keeping it on a tender is all that's needed which I've done for all my ducs.
I did put a shorai on my streetfighter last year, the first duc I've ever owned that didn't stay on or need a tender.
RE: charging the lithiums, unlikely to ever need as the voltage drop is so minor, but you can charge with a non sulfating mode.
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