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Not holding a charge

If u remove the pos cable from the batt with the bike running shuold it stay run like a car if the alt is putting out

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Many cars and bikes die immediately even if the charging system is working perfectly when you do that. If you want to know if your charging system is working, put a voltmeter on your battery. It should read a little over 12v before you start the bike and around 14v while charging. If you rev to 3-4000 rpm and are still getting a reading less than 13v something is wrong.

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