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Killing batteries just bought bike, rode vwery little, put new battery in to take out on first big ride, and get about 25 miles and the spedo screen is blank, and she starts to cut out, ive heard the stator and rectifier on these bikes have been on a recall??any infor would be great!!

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Yes and yes. check with your local honda dealler for a possible free replacement.

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