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I just install a new battery in my bike but seems like it's not charging cause the battery it's dead could it be the generator or what could be the ploblem when I put the new battery was working great but now is totally dead please give a solution.

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The generator is called a statter. The battery is going dead cause the voltage regulator is bad. Worked on hyosungs for 5 years. Never seen a statter bad Voltage regulator is located under the seat MOPAR KENNY

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sounds like your charging system went out, this isn't a new problem to bikes and alot of older bike have this issue. First was your car running when you jump started your bike?? If so this can cause damage to the charging system. if your not sure how to replace the stator and reg/rec i will happey to help you get it done. please understand that this does take some thinking and removing the tail, left hand body parts and the lh side cover of the motor. If your will to take it on let me know. If not your local bike shop can fix your bike in about a week if they have to order parts. the stator on your bike isn't the cheapest and reg/rec isn;t that bad as far as price goes. you'll need oil a filter and a new gasket for the motor cover and the charging system parts.
let me know what you would like to do.
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madminibiker@gmail.com

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"missing n popping" can be caused by a lot of things. A motorcycle engine is a finely tuned system of ignition, fuel delivery, and exhaust systems. If anything is wrong in any of these systems, it won't run right.

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What kind of carb do you have and how is it jetted? Is the accelerator pump working like it should. If not, the bike will stumble and hesitate when you roll the throttle on.

What kind of exhaust system do you have? If you've got drag pipes on an Ironhead Sportster, you're asking for trouble. They don't have enough backpressure for the engine but I can tell you how to fix that.

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