I am ready to wire my electric motorcycle, and I was hoping to use an anti-corrosive paste on my crimp connections and battery connections.
I am NOT soldering my lugs on the cables, so please refrain from posting about why or why not I should solder my connections. Thanks in advance. ;)
I thought it was just going to be a quick trip to the electrical supply store, pick the paste up, and crimp & heat shrink away. Upon researching I found several options. Penetrox is a paste with zinc particles in it, but they offer 4 types.
Noalox is a similar product.
The manufacturers lists the application as being for aluminum to aluminum, aluminum to copper connections.
Penetrox also has a copper only product.
Almost all the Noalox product information is pertaining to aluminum connections.
Should I use is at all? Is there a better product? Will this product add resistance?
Any input would be appreciated.