The Braille is sounding really good too. I used Yuasa on my other bikes but they don't seem to make one that is quite right for this one.
More media hype than reality.I wouldn't go lithium until they are further proven some guys had them get holes and that's not good
Much different application not sure anyone is running them in their bikes the few that were had problems from what I remember maybe someone will chime in that has oneMore media hype than reality.
"With more than a billion mobile phones and computers used in the world every day, the number of accidents is small. By comparison, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say that your chance of being struck by lightning in the course of a lifetime is about 1 in 13,000. Lithium-ion batteries have a failure rate that is less than one in a million. The failure rate of a quality Li-ion cell is better than 1 in 10 million."
$449 is 30 years of batteries at $85 ea.I had a Braille go dead a few months after the 2 year warranty was up. That was over $200 for the Braille too. I bought a Deka ( Harley brand) for $85 shipped and turns over perfect. Even if it only last a year I'll be saving money compared to the Braille. The Harley battery that was in my bike when I bought it lasted 6 years before it took a shit. So can' beat $85 in my opinion
I've never had a battery last 6 years haha. 2-3 at the most.5 batteries at $85 = $425 and they last 6 years each, so how many years will little Johnny get from his 5 batteries instead of buying a $449 battery?