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Battery My motorbike is only 3 months old bike. Is recharging of battery so early Ok ?

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If your bike was exposed to very hot or very cold weather for awhile that would be sufficient to weaken your battery. Heat and cold can drain a battery of power so it's important to check the battery hydro levels frequently and run a trickle charge during off-season.,,,

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