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post #121 of 128 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 02:32 AM
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If my battery is pooched after winter storage ill be getting you to ship one of the 8c up to BC Canada.

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Can we get an update ?
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I know this thread is old, but my update is that my 8 cell is still going strong 3 full seasons later. My favorite thing is my bike starting with no problems after winter storage.
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Does anyone know how to recharge one of his batteries if it was left connected to the bike? My roommate borrowed my bike while his was in the shop, (he's a MSF instructor) and he forgot to disconnect the battery. I know it's ultimately my fault since it is my bike. My problem is that I've tried contacting them through their wensite, MOTYDESIGN.com and have received no response after a week. I have a charger similar to the one that they sell that is a balance charger, but I do not have the exact specs they recommend for charging. If anyone has this information or any way to contact Browningbuck that would be great. I never got an email when I bought the battery last year either yet it showed up at my house a little while later. Everyone touts the exemplary customer service yet I've seen none of it. Could part of it be that he no longer wants to support his products?
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Does anyone know how to recharge one of his batteries if it was left connected to the bike? My roommate borrowed my bike while his was in the shop, (he's a MSF instructor) and he forgot to disconnect the battery. I know it's ultimately my fault since it is my bike. My problem is that I've tried contacting them through their wensite, MOTYDESIGN.com and have received no response after a week. I have a charger similar to the one that they sell that is a balance charger, but I do not have the exact specs they recommend for charging. If anyone has this information or any way to contact Browningbuck that would be great. I never got an email when I bought the battery last year either yet it showed up at my house a little while later. Everyone touts the exemplary customer service yet I've seen none of it. Could part of it be that he no longer wants to support his products?
Just an fyi Brian sold his company a while back i am not really sure who or how to contact the new ownerfound this contact info off the moty website

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I did finally get through to them. I was unaware that he sold the company but that would explain a lot about the last two transactions I've had there. I had no issues with contact way back when I had my gauges done. Thank you for the update anyway. Also I believe I may have found a way to rebuild the battery with buying some new cells to replace the ones that dropped too low. It should come out about half the cost of replacing the battery.
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I did finally get through to them. I was unaware that he sold the company but that would explain a lot about the last two transactions I've had there. I had no issues with contact way back when I had my gauges done. Thank you for the update anyway. Also I believe I may have found a way to rebuild the battery with buying some new cells to replace the ones that dropped too low. It should come out about half the cost of replacing the battery.
That is great news keep us updated on the battery rebiuld process , source of parts , cost and install steps





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