For most people, 2012 was the year that gave rise to a slew of light weight, dry, lithium powered motorcycle batteries. These batteries touted long service life and the ability to hold a charge for...
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This article from Ezine articles is a reference to different makes of the Lithium-Ion(li-on) batteries that we are seen more of in common usage.
li-on batteries are now been developed for many things from Golf carts to motorcycle battery use, but only time will tell whether or not they will stand up to the rigors of normal battery every day usage.
My opinion is that the current model will be further improved, but at the moment compared to the normal lead acid battery, they are much lighter and will charge quicker and last much longer, but as i say i think only time will tell about there overall performance and whether or not that the batteries will be able to be disposed of safely.
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