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August 30th, 2009, 11:52 AM   #31
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OK, tried that- nothing.

Ned- Here's a couple pics of the wiring.
First one is of the connector from the Hi/Low/Start switch. As you can see, two aren't used, I would assume for the e-start.
The next one is of the three wires coming from the cdi, and the Hi/Low and kill switches.
So what goes where? lol
I did find the blue wire coming from the switch is almost cut in half on the bars from contacting something.

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Obviously the brown one with the spade goes to ground, so that leaves the grey from the Hi/Low and the black from the kill switch. But there's three coming from the cdi....
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ok, i was under the impression it was a fc with the starter removed. a non starter model don't worry about the hi lo. what you have done in the top pic is right. the brown will go to ground, and the blue will go to the coil gray. if you don't connect the blue/gray, the switch will be disabled in high, which is what you will prolly want to use all the time anyway. the red green black from the stator will match up with the coil rgb. white at the coil is not used, black is grounded. your lower pic is hard to see the colors (cataracts must be acting up)
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Thanks a lot Ned. It's looking like my cdi is bad...
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WOOOHOOO!! IT LIVES! The FC470 Bummer roared to life!
I'd like to thank kzoo for the stator and extra flywheel. And a huge thanks to ned37 for the coil assembly. He offered to, and did, send me one of his spare coils on his dime WITHOUT any money up front from me whatsoever. He told me if it fixed my problem we could talk about a price. What a friggin' great guy...

Okay, I didn't run it very long as the bottom end sounded like a box of rocks. I took off in first and it kinda felt like something was binding up in the transmission, then it suddenly quit, like it bound up. Clicked it back into nuetral and fired it back up (one kick) and again took off in first and quickly shifted to second and third, looped around the yard and went back to the garage and shut 'er down. Decided to start it again just to see if it would, and again, one kick. Sweet.

Well, I wanted to here it run before the big tear down and so I have. I'm looking forward to getting this poor neglected racebike back to its former glory.
So Ned, about that coil.... :P
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Good news all round there apart from one thing........... during a previous rebuild someone seems to have left some printer paper wrapped around your engine!

Surely a fire hazard?
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Originally Posted by plumbbob
Good news all round there apart from one thing........... during a previous rebuild someone seems to have left some printer paper wrapped around your engine!

Surely a fire hazard?
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Hey guys, bike is for sale in classifieds. May be picking up an '05 FE650....
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