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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 04-30-2010, 10:39 PM Thread Starter
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ok so i was out riding on my 06 today all was well, then i stopped at the local auto store for some stuff. anyway i come back out to the bike and it wont start battery is dead, so i do the run and pop clutch method and i ride it for like an hour, went home and when i tried to start it, nothing. so i charged my batter for awhile on a charger, put it back on and presto bike was all good again, then later on same **** happened again. wtf! so when i did the pop the clutch method i was riding it home and my engine was bogging when i came to stop signs, and also my high beam lights barely worked and my display was on and off. this cant be a bad battery, what i think it could be the stator or the regulator. anyone who has had a similar problem please provide some input in what to do with out it costing me a arm and a leg. thx
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why don't you think its the battery ? the battery is used for cranking the motor, and when the bike starts i believe the charging system kicks in... u can buy a battery tester @ a auto part place where u can put a load on the battery, or use a meter to test ur battery.. i would help u out but you fugggin far far away.. Goodluck bro
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my first assumption was the battery, but after the bike starts you dont really use the battery right? i check it out on the weekend with my meter and hopefully its the battery
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i would test the stator to start.

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Sounds like the normal regulator problem to me. Just search " bike won't start when hot" and you'll get several threads talking about the same thing.

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ok at the moment i am getting a load test done on the battery from the local bike shop here. so now can i assume if it passes the load test it can either be the regulator or stator?
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alright load test done and they say the battery is toast. so new battery on the way! i hope i no more problems with this
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so i put a new battery in, bike fired right up i go riding for a couple hours then hit the coffee shop to chat with a few buddies. i go to start my bike and guess what same crap again. definately not the battery, im thinking regulator now. and the stealership wants 200 for a new one and i dont know if i should buy used
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got my bike tested at the dealership and they say its my stator coil
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