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    albany, ga

    Dual batteries

    Since i have 2 motors ( 2 stators ) should there be a problem with running both batteries in parrallel... And not using an isolator... As an isolator will cause a drop in voltage....i wouldnt think there should be a charging problem considering i have 2 motors charging....
    I also have a prosport 8 battery tender...that i will use when boat is not in use

    any input would be appreciated

  2. #2
    sorry, can´t help as i´m also interested in the answer on this question

    ciao Jim

  3. #3
    The 2 motor already in paralell so if you put another batterie i will just do the same as a big one so nothing wrong whit that in sea-doo it a small one in a boat whit 1 motors a big 1 so 2 motors 2 baterie its o.k.

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