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I left the key in my Yamaha v-star xvs1100a classic and ran the battery flat. Have a Projecta 12 V Battery charger with 2200mA charging power for a car. If I use this to recharge will this damage my motorcycle battery.

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You should have no problems when using that charger to charge your battery -- ( 2200mA = 2.2amps), this is a safe charge rate.

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