Good point davy. Most modern bikes display voltage, how many people keep an eye on it. And how many people want to install a display?My Shorai's been in the 853 since 2009, still good, Mito the same, since 2010, '67 Daytona has a Ballistic and the two SR500's have Antogravity's.
Zero issues... but I'm meticulous about making sure they aren't overcharging.
Replaced one Mosfet R/R that was running at 15V on the old Daytona before any damage was done.
That's the secret.... overcharge them and your asking for trouble.
I aim for a setup that runs them at no more that 14.4v peak and even better at 14.2v.
Always run a voltmeter and keep an eye on it.
I use the tiny self adhesive ones from ebay... cost about $2 each.
Not to put too fine a point on it but if they want to go ultra-lightweight aftermarket lithium then $2 extra for a highly visible tiny voltmeter is a no brainer.Good point davy. Most modern bikes display voltage, how many people keep an eye on it. And how many people want to install a display?