Battery discharging after PCFC installation
So I installed a Dynojet PCFC a couple weeks ago, and my battery died shortly thereafter. I ended up getting towed. I hoped it was just a coincidence that my battery happened to die at the same time. No such luck. I bought an upgraded battery (Yuasa GYZ series), charged it for 24+ hours and went for a ride. My voltmeter on the bike read 12.5 initially, and gradually discharged to hover around 10.8-11 volts by the end of my 60 minute ride. I didn't want to push it further.
The bike runs great, just cant ride it for more than an hour. When it gets to about 10.4ish volts, it idles high, runs erratic, cuts in and out, and finally dies altogether. Not sure which way to turn from here. Is it possibly a defective PCFC, did I mess something up installing it, is it possible I fried my generator/alternator, or... what. I've always shied away from electrical issues. Thought I'd buck up, give it a try, follow the instructions and do it myself for a change. What could go wrong right? #$%@*!
Any help or thoughts would be much appreciated.