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July 10th, 2006, 10:19 AM   #1
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No elec start now so can I safely remove the battery?

99 FE400 E with a blown up engine, so in my determination to get the thing up and going again, Ive bought a second hand non-e-start 600 of the same year.

Quick question - and apologies if this has been answered (cos I'm confused by the talk of capacitors/non capacitors etc) but as it no longer has the e-start, is it as simple as removing the battery and e-start relay and associated wiring? and connecting the earth wire back to the frame or do I need to buy anything extra like a capacitor mentioned in some threads?

Also I appear to have a rectifier regulator and a regular separately. The latter only appears to feed the horn and isnt on the wiring diagram? Also there are three yellows on the rectifier (one taped back) - does it matter which one goes to the blue from the stator?

Finally, I'm assuming from a lot of reading of this site that the coil etc is the same too? Is that true?

Would be nice to fix the beast while there's still some summer left....


Cheers in anticipation
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July 10th, 2006, 01:03 PM   #2
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Re: No elec start now so can I safely remove the battery?

If you need the headlight and whatever electrical equipment you have on your bike, you should either opt for a capacitor or a small weight battery.
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Re: No elec start now so can I safely remove the battery?

Actually you do not need the battery at all. the only exception would be if you are required to have an operational lighting system while the engine is off(some places require that). Otherwise tear all that battery crap out, the Bergs idle high enough to create enough juice to run your lighting system.
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Bendburg is right. All should work reasonably OK but the warning hooter will sound like a sick cow. The lights might also dim a bit at idle.
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Re: No elec start now so can I safely remove the battery?

You still need a capacitor if you do not want your light to flicker.

http://www.trailtech.net/dc_conversion.htm

Roll down to "battery eliminator".
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