Check the condition of your battery and whether your charging system is working. And if you tell me its not there, look harder. The bottom edge of the cylinder sleeve should have a small chamfer in it to aid in getting the rings into the cylinder. So you may need to have spacers made to make sure that the nuts are riding on the clean portion of the threads. Not too shabby for a 32 year old bike. Hi Forrest, The stock spark arrestor seems to be in a bit of a gray area.
And if so, are you sure the new one is seated all the way? So you may need to have spacers made to make sure that the nuts are riding on the clean portion of the threads. It has a nasty rattle from the generator cover side of the engine. This, in addition to extensive research, is how Clymer repair manuals achieve an unmatched level of detail, accuracy and clarity to guide the reader through each service, troubleshooting and repair procedure. You might want to pop apart your front wheel and put some axle grease on the speedo pickup gears and cable end. Good luck and have a wonderful day. May 18, 2011 This should be an obvious one.
If you are looking to sell or buy head over to: If you are looking for riding buddies post your location before your bike in your flair. Then work backwards removing only the wiring that you know is not part of the charging system. Did you remove the existing race before putting this one in? The bike spent most of its life in Toledo and Newport. You also have some stuff like the turn signal relay that is useless in your application. Bike specific subs: Local Forums I've put together a walkthrough of my 12 volt conversion with photos and descriptions. This is a full drum brake bike.
May have to look for a new plate with odometer gears attached. Hi Forrest, The stock spark arrestor seems to be in a bit of a gray area. The battery does nothing for the headlight. I see a few things here: - a portion of the threads on the steering stem is gone. It's only job will be to hold grease in and keep junk out. For full coverage you will need the base repair manual and all relevant supplements up to the date your model was manufactured.
Shop the large inventory of and! When bike comes to a stop, it then releases the lock and starts right back up. Yuck, you do have a rat's nest. I see a few things here: - a portion of the threads on the steering stem is gone. All diagnostic and repair procedures and gives you access to the same information that professional technicians and mechanics have. I still have most of what is left of it. Lot of fun to ride, starts 1-2 kicks.
As they are primarily intended for dealer use the manufacturers usually release a base repair manual when a new model is introduced either a single manual, multi-volume set or separate volumes and then release supplementary manuals as the model changes, for example a model facelift or introduction of a new engine. I have painted the bike black and it shows well and runs really well. Good luck and have a wonderful day. Use a multimeter to test and make sure it's 6+ volts off and 7+ volts when running. Below are other important details not in the album. This was most likely part of the original ignition wiring, and you will need a Honda wiring diagram of you bike model and specific year in order to identify the wiring correctly.
Need to get some O-Rings on order so I can fix that. The bike pops and dies once warm if you open the throttle from tick over than struggles to start again? Study a wiring diagram, the setup is pretty neat. I want to make it easy for people to do this. This manual is exactly as described. And if so, are you sure the new one is seated all the way? When a plate is just too heavy! No self-promotion such as shameless seeking attention on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or other social media. Just wondering how others have dealt with it.
Your coil is not the original one as far as I can tell but may work. Looking forward to long-term enjoyment with this bike. Before it existed, Honda riders had to choose either a road bike or an off-road bike. Yuck, you do have a rat's nest. A bit of rust on the springs.
It generatates voltage by breaking the magnetic field created by the field coils. It generatates voltage by breaking the magnetic field created by the field coils. Depending upon how far into the engine you go, you might want to replace the valve seals and other gaskets. Need to make an adjustment on the kick-back valve still. Get him a couple of toys, and make sure you play some with the puppy so it understands that these are ok to chew. Simply click on the link and save it to your computer. Anyone had any luck with the compression release mechanism? Otherwise, restore the original ignition wiring and switches, and see if the battery starts charging again.