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March 8th, 2017, 01:56 AM   #11
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Yeah, sorry - I meant CDI. 3 wires red/green/black from stator to CDI and black from CDI to frame earth.
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Usually when it's not a stator problem (that you can check) it's the CDI (that you can't check).

Best option is to try another CDI on your bike or your CDI on another bike.


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Had some success with it today. After much trial and error, swapping out etc., found it to be a combo of 2 things. Duff coil/CDI and dodgy wiring to kill switch. Luckily got replacements for both, so now getting a spark. Original stator is fine. Thought I might as well have a go at starting - getting good healthy firing but won't quite pick up and run. Most likely needs the timing adjusted slightly as I've had the stator off...maybe needs valve clearances checked too, ran out of time though. Also noticed after that petrol was dripping from the carb overflow, so probably float stuck too. It's an FCR41 that I've had on the shelf a while. Thanks all for the input.
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a stator that is half croaked gives the exact same impression!

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March 12th, 2017, 05:29 PM   #15
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Bugger - that's not what I wanted to hear...
Those values I got with the multimeter wouldn't rule that out then? 2.74k red/black, and 159 green/black
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yes, at 2.74 it should but your symptoms are those we associate with the bloody things packing up.

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I'll have another play with it next time I get an hour or 2 spare....
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Success! Adjusted the stator a bit, put a new plug in, drained the carb/checked the float and it now fires up and runs Not sure which of those was the deciding factor.
Going to sell this now - needs a few bits and pieces to complete, and some tinkering/adjustments etc. If anyone's looking for a cheap project bike - look no further!
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