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Replaced stator, brand new battery, died after 10k ride

Bike died so replaced stator and battery, ran fine(or so i thought) rode for 10k (stalled alot, im new) got to timmy parking lot and wouldnt start, boosted, I stalled it, died, walked it to parents house, boosted, idled, 5 min died, boosted, went around street, returned, turned off, STARTED!!, turned off, wouldnt start...help?

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  • toresque Jul 04, 2009

    so i went out after letting it sit for 30 min and it started, i hear the battery wont charge at idle so should i throw a voltometer on it and if its 14.4 take it out, try not to stall it and rpm high?

  • toresque Jul 04, 2009

    if regulators messed will it show 14.4?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    My 1981 cx500 is not starting I rode it the other day for about 30 min and it died while riding and locked up eingne is free it's eletrical some one said stator I tested all of the wires my low rpms was lower than it was supposed to be can some one help me and give me there opinion?

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Sounds if regulator is not working or poor connections within charging circuit

Posted on Jul 04, 2009

  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2009

    14.4 is good even if battery removed, i read your post correct.



    looks if battery has a weak connection



    cold is good



    but heated open circuit

  • Anonymous Jul 09, 2009

    look around ignition wire or kill switch for poor connection?



    is this correct the when stalls engine cranks over good but will not fire-up



    also can be water in fuel

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