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The battery was fully charged now the bike want start battery has been replaced with new one and the same result after riding for 2hrs then parking the bike

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Hi first i would look for any fuses that could be blown, next i would look for the possibilitys of any wires that could be shorting out, if that does'nt do the trick then you will need to check out the charging side of the stator. If this info was help full please click on the thumbs up button.Thanks, Bob

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