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Bike wont fire. has no spark

Bike has a new coil ,cdi,sparkplug and voltage regulator ,there is power getting to the cdi but the coil is all negative charge.

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  • nemodore May 11, 2009

    thanks for your time guys ,the problem was the stator . there was no pulse signal from the trigger.

  • nemodore May 25, 2009

    after finding the stator was bad i found that it was caused by the prior owner using a ngkr spark plug instead of the normal replacement plug, apparentlly this over loads the stator excitor coil.

  • nemodore May 25, 2009

    after finding the stator was bad i found that it was caused by the prior owner using a ngkr spark plug instead of the normal replacement plug, apparentlly this over loads the stator excitor coil.

  • nemodore May 25, 2009

    after finding the stator was bad i found that it was caused by the prior owner using a ngkr spark plug instead of the normal replacement plug, apparentlly this over loads the stator excitor coil.



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Sounds like you have all the right new parts. I would double check the wiring. Sounds like that is where the problem is at unless the new coil is bad.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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    Nate Stansfield May 13, 2009

    Oh good you got it. That was my next solution. Had seen same problem many times.

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