Question about 2004 Hartford HD-150S
You really don't have to worry about having too big of battery. As long as the voltage is correct the size of the battery makes little difference as long as it is big enough. The electrical parts will only draw the power they need. The battery will not force too much power on to things just because it is big. The big thing to remember is to take the old dead, battery totally out of the system. If you keep the old battery in the bike it will try to suck up the power from the fully charged battery. This can cause the old battery to explode.,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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