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I got burned on a lithium for my bike a few years ago. The thing worked great unless it was a 90+ degree day and you got caught in traffic it would go into safe mode (safe for the battery, not for if you want to actually go anywhere). The kicker though was 4 months later and the thing would do the same thing if it was under 32 degrees. I'm stuck on reliable old technology again. Gave the thing away to a Harley owner as most of 'em don't see any adverse weather conditions. lol Smiler
 
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Advanced Glass Matt

Might you mean ABSORBED GLASS MAT ?
 
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Oops, Mark you are correct. Not sure what I was thinking. Good thing you knew what I was thinking.
 
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