Originally Posted by MotoTex
Because I had read all about the battery prior to purchase, I knew to press the start button and hold it for ten or fifteen seconds to warm up the battery.
Eureka! It cranked like crazy on the next attempt.
Technology is so kewl!
Another happy customer!
Not sure holding the start button without the motor cranking would be a good idea. High current would be flowing through the starter brushes and most likely shortening the life of your starter.
I'll be doing some cold weather testing as soon as the snow melts off the roads.
The more side roads you stop to explore, the less likely that life will pass you by. ~Robert Brault. 2004 KTM 950 S GO!!!!(Blacked out),03 Beta Rev3, 1973 Rokon Trailbreaker 2x2, 1999 Intruder 1500, 08 Aprilia rxv450, 90 DRBIG 800,79GS850