Question about Power Motorcycles
Hi Jesse, if your battery is being drained that quick you either have a hard short or bad stator, rotor, and or voltage regulator. Good luck and have a nice day.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2015
Check the rectifier, its responsible for charging the battery when running, the fuse too, however the rectifier if it can not be repaired, better to buy a new one......................sodeep
Posted on May 26, 2009
I replaced the spark plug and that seemed to fix it. Mine is a Sunl
SL150-6 with a GY6 engine. It takes a Champion Copper Plus plug
number 808. I noticed that the gap on the new plug was about 1/3 that of the plug that I removed. I left it gaped that way and it started and has not bogged down since. The old plug was ngk that came in it, but it has flooded out since I bought it. It has 900 miles on in and runs better now than it did when I first got it.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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I could be realted to the Stator, but much more likely diodes or regulator. It sounds like you are running on battery alone. You need 13.8 to 14,5 volts at the battery at 2000 rpm. I suspect that you have 12.x, and are not charging...
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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