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I have a 83 gs 1100 gk i have replace the stator and the rectifer and the battery i can ride it for a few days and then it has to be charges again what ellse could it be the stator is brand new and so is the batery the rectifer is about a year old

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Time to get the test light out and start testing for a draw it can be time consuming pain in the **** sorry

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