battery is all good. It has been working very well like this since last november and I haven't ridden the bike from january to middle february and from march till now.
Right now I can't check anything as I don't have the left handside crankcase cover on as it's in the repair shop waiting to get fixed...
Since march I haven't used the bike and I should've charged her a bit before I went on to the mainland until last Sunday as it wouldn't crank the engine that well before I left.
Yesterday morning I checked the voltage and it only had 11.51volts on it.
I immediately put in on charge with the battery charger set at the low rating (0.85Amps) and left it for 7 hours.
It says on the battery sticker to charge in low rating (0.80 amps - not 0.85 as I mentioned above) from 5 to 10 hours.
As I said, I left it for 7hours at 0.85amps.
I've been checking the battery a few times today and also just checked her about 15minutes ago and the voltage is constant at 13.24v...
It's a bit high but it's constant and it's a gelled battery.
Keny: that is true! but that cable that comes from the alternator is the one with the fuse holder.
The stock fuse holder has two male bullet connectors, one on each end.
One of the male connectors goes to the cable coming from the alternator.
The other male bullet connector connects onto a female connector that is crimped together with the battery positive terminal that connects the battery to the solenoid.
This last one cable that haD the female bullet connector is the troublemaker...
Get it now?
I'll try to post the picture today afternoon after I wake up...
I'm too inebriated right now to use the camera loool
See you later