Angus Davies: Shorai should never be charged at over 14.6V. After install, check the voltage across the terminals with the bike revving to regulator limit. Never run a bike with a dorked regulator. If you ran your bike with a dorked battery for a while, your regulator is probably dorked too, and will fry any battery.
Bjarni Einarsson: Hmmm... I think real testing would be when bike is cold and started for the first time at new day etc.
areibu: Great video, not too many comparisons out here on youtube. Very informative and helpful, thanks.
DrGreenThumb: Sounds like the starter kept running for a few seconds after it started with the Shorai
Jon May: @ digitalfuktard- your keyboard skills are impressive for someone who is obviously mentally retarded.
digitalfuk: Video was good until the dumbass music came in at the end. Kill the stupid music dumbass.
malcolmmcbchen: Try RCE battery!
This company's batteries have build-in BMS,I installed one 4.6Ah on my scotter, and it works better than my original Yuasa TTZ-10S battery!
Most important, they use A123 cells,and using unique design inside the battery-cells connection!
iridemotorbikes: I've been using one for over two years in a Monster 696, no issues what's so ever- has been 100% reliable..
James Morakis: I want my money back will be calling Monday feb 9/2013 to shorai. This is my (2) one they are junk!!! First one 4 months (2) one 3 weeks and fried my bike. Dealer said they are junk also. Now he has to go thro my whole sistem to see what happend. I am pissed!!!!
James Morakis: People if you want problems with your bike go head and buy a shorai!!!! It fryed my 2009 r1 with 4500 miles. wish i never got one!!!!!
YOUNG WIKLE: Shorai batteries have no built-in battery management and will fail. Period. The bigger the bike the bigger the fail. Over-sold and under-engineered, they are a pox on the future of Lithium powersport batteries. No battery cell protection whatever. Buyer beware.
04218158: cool, thanks for that. I was wondering what happened if they were drained completely flat.
Two Slow: still working fine. I even ran it flat twice due to an electrical problem. Got the problem sorted out, went out for a 30 minute ride and worked fine after that.
LETSWIM1: Thank you for making the Shorai battery video. It's gotten me interested in having one for my Yamaha R1. And now that it's been over a year since you've had it in your Ducati, how's the Shorai performing now?
aymnot: Thanks again, also have a V-Twin and it needs a strong battery or you can forget a ride that day!!!!!
Two Slow: I've even ran my battery flat twice from failed electrics, and once it's charged it ran just fine.
aymnot: Thanks for this am in the market, and I am tired of battery drain on the Yuasa
skeetwuzhere: i don't understand what biglift said, but, good right up.