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Stator is new, ignition is new, spark plug is still working, but still there is no power. what might be the problem of my bike?

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I'm guessing that your regulator / rectifier is shot that is if it is not the batttery. Often when you turn on the ignition the whole dash will just die. This is just a bolt on and plug in part and is not difficult to change.

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