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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
HELLO;Im assumeing that both have several hours on them,if so it possibly could be your rings and or the fuel mix your useing. Try and reajust your carbs. ( process of alimination), then run them and see if there is any change. If not, get a hold of me if you would like and we can try some thing else. email@example.com.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
The three yellow wires carry AC current from the generator to the rectifier. The rectifier turns this AC current into DC current and sends it back to the battery through the red and the black wires. I am not certain what the purpose of the 7th wire is on the new rectifier except that it may be used for thermal sensing of the rectifier - which would explain why it is mounted tight to the unit.
Of all the components that make up your Honda's charging system, the rectifier is the most likely to fail. The reason is usually excess temperature buildup - which causes the diodes inside it to fail. If you are running extra electrical accessories on your bike, this can cause the rectifier to overheat and die. Same thing if you frequently let the bike sit until the battery goes dead, the rectifier works hard to recharge it each time.
You may be able to extend the life of the unit by avoiding things that put extra strain on it, as described above. Also make sure there's nothing covering the cooling fins on the rectifier - or blocking airflow to it (dirt, that extra pair of gloves stuffed next to it, etc.).
Finally, there's one thing that will kill the rectifier instantly: connecting the battery cables backwards. That'll fry it every time.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
If you can adjust vertical pressure then you should adjust it as follows.
Put a piece of normal paper (like A4 printer paper) on the toe bit (and heel for that matter) and clip in the boot so that the paper sits between the boot sole and the binding base surface. You should be able to pull the paper out from between the boot and binding without ripping the paper, but obviously without there being a noticeable gap.
If in doubt take it to a ski tech, a bit of cash might save you a broken leg! They might even be able to help you or advise free of charge.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
I have a Yamaha fx 1100 that starts real slowly the battery is fully charged but the bike sounds like its not got alot of power going to the starter can anyone help solve this also battery terminals are clean and not corroded
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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