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  2. was on tv1, but was mainly reused footage from a a program put out 11 years ago by CYCA, can see part one of that here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgsp_kHicu8&t=33s
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  3. I guess with a really crap oil you could run into issues but in my experience the oil carried in the fuel mixture remains on bearings and cylinder walls long after the fuel has been burned. On the weekend I rebuilt my sons Motocross Bike (KTM85) and had to freeze all the new gearbox and main bearings while heating the 2 halves of the crankcase to 180 degrees c in the admirals flash Bosch oven (she was away at the Barrier on a girl's trip 😉) I always run the bikes out of fuel before loading them in the trailer at the end of a ride. Even though I thoroughly degreased the cases, th
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  4. This is pretty much the same as Western Springs.
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  5. I wouldn't bother with a balance board. You're not going to reach a charge point where balancing is required. I feel quite strongly that the LFP will reach I=term long before the LTO reaches I=0A. So you'll end up dropping the charge voltage to prevent overcharging the LFP, that will happen long before the LTO reaches equilibrium. So I believe you will need a DC/DC to top up the LTO. Without a DC/DC I suspect that 60% SOC is more likely - BUT that would still be way more than adequate for starting purposes and you would also be able to run the windlass for quite a few ups/downs.
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  6. https://www.sciencefocus.com/science/rogue-waves-ship
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  7. It comes with a 240 volt charger so you can take the battery home to charge. But I have never done this as I also have a 12 volt charger so I always do a charge when under way motoring for a couple of hours.
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