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Old 02-14-2018, 04:25 PM
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the whole point being "he wants reliability"

what starts today might not start tomorrow or even a few hours later.
voltage is ONLY a small part of the picture. can you have voltage and no current??? sure!!!
totally his call, his ride but to be safe, carry a booster.
the only light i need to show on my machine is the tail light fading into the distance.
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