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When i charge my battery put it back into bike take it for a ride come back the battery is flat

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    Marvin Aug 04, 2010

    what is the voltage at the battery at 2000 RPM?

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THE BIKE IS NOT CHARGING THE BATTERY SOUNDS LIKE THE VOLTAGE REGULATOR IS FAULTY

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