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I have an 81 Suzuki gs850 I recently changed the stater and got a new battery but when I back from riding it won't start no more the battery dies what else can it be

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i would be looking at the voltage regulator,if the regulator is faulty the alternator will not be replacing the voltage that the bike needs to keep running

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Check the compression on each cylinder. Chances are good the bike needs a valve job.

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