Originally Posted by anotherguy
Anyone have experience
with lithium iron phosphate
batteries in their bike? They seem to offer some advantages,well other than cost.
I've got a Lightning Nano on my K1200R. It uses eight A123 cells with battery management circuitry. I've posted a video
here previously of it starting my 420SEL Mercedes. So far it works fine. Lightning doesn't make any spurious capacity claims.
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