It's more for longer periods of inactivity like a week or longer. But I still do it daily anyways.
thought as much, but hearing it from someone with a bit more experience is always good haha.
i had the same problem. i used a trickle chareger over night and it stayed charged for a couple days and died again. i ended up just buying a new battery off ebay for $27 delivered to avoid having to jump it every other day.
i hope i dont have to buy a new battery
think i`l get on ebay and check some prices out on batterys just in case haha. to be honest i have faith in it coming good hahaha wishful thinking maybe
dude hit walmart for a battery charger tender in one, 20 something bucks,
put it on all night, it seems your battery is okay, but learn to push start your bike,
drop it in 2nd, pull the clutch in, get a good running start, make sure the key is on, release the clutch BAM, practice that,
also check this,
take your bike out for a ride, get it up to temp, 220 200, something around there, then shut it off and see if its starts or lags, if it lags and wont start, let it cool to 146, then try it, to me it would be your battery is losing power, due to the starter being harder to spin when hot, (binding),
i was about to try push starting it on my own and i seen my nieghbour who happened to have jump leads, so ended up jumping it off his car. have you push started your bike on your own? wasnt sure if i was gonna be able to do it by myself coz its flat were i live, no hills to go down, wasnt sure if i could push it fast enough, plus it was pissing down with rain, had visions of my bike ending up on its side scratched to ****
i was still goin out to try it like, lucky i did coz i seen him next door lol