Originally Posted by PowerCell
It's the same dimensions as the stocker. The posts just bolt on, so you leave 'em off. It kicks the stock Yuasa's butt...
Well..not quite, CCA of the Yuasa 14S is 230, while Braille is 210.
I did the following test:
Connected a capacitor 1000 microF to the two bare cables, connected to the battery poles. Then disconnected the battery, while keeping the revs around 2,5ks. The motor continued to run. When the revs droped lower than 2ks, the motor died. Seems the alternator can produce sufficient power only when running over 2-2,5 ks, which stabilized from the capacitor can operate all 950Adv electric comsumption. Anybody else nows the revs' threshold when the battery is charging or discharging?