Question about Honda CBR 1000 RR Fireblade Motorcycles
I need to charge the battery and thinking about buying a trickle charger but don't know how and where to connect please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: battery not charging
Check the voltage at the battery with the engine running at 1300 rpm or so. The volt ohmmeter should read 14+ volts. If not, check wire connectors from flywheel to battery. Be sure they are clean and tight. If no wires are bad then the charging system should be checked at a dealers shop.
You would not want to buy a stator that you can't return and then find the regulator or rectifier was the problem. There are times when the dealer is your friend.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
You charged the battery off of the battery charger with a trickle charge. The battery wouldn't charge while you're riding, because your alternator took a cr@p.
(Sorry if I seem gruff, but I'm an old biker, and Harleys are all I ride. I'm also a Harley mechanic.
Shhhh! I don't want that to get around! lol!)
3.Battery is at 13.4 volts now? What is the specific gravity of the acid in each cell? Don't have a hydrometer? Do you have a load tester? No? Since you measured the voltage, do you have a multimeter?
Test the voltage with the bike running. It should be around 14.6 volts when charging, less with the battery fully charged.
Don't get the correct reading, then you better look at alternator replacement. (Regulator is built in)
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
I would also check the output from your stator to see if the stator is no longer working. You should see a healthy 14 volts when the bike is running above 5000 rpms. If the output isn't around 14, then you will need to replace your stator.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
SOURCE: Charging the battery
Turn off ignition. Disconnect battery terminal leads, ensure fluid levels are ok, connect charger leads. It is best if you remove battery so you can give it a clean and save your bike if something is amiss somewhere and it erupts or leaks when charging. Try the sites below for manuals or go to Wiki Q & A under S40 Boulevard, then wade thru' for links.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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