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91750

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

Doubtful that you could push start it with it being that dead. But worth a try if you need to ride it to the store to get a new battery.
reidmct2002
7:15 AM
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91749

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

Good for you............by the way buy a maintaince free if you can find one........ Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone ... From:
ruldrz400
Jul 30
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91748

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

n Thank you all for your suggestions. It was indeed the battery. I put a charger on and I got lights and accessories. tt will only take a charge for a
gator.guy40
Jul 30
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91747

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

If you were measuring across the battery terminals and the voltage dropped from 12.5 vdc [no-load] to 0.5 vdc [light load], then the battery has extremely high
stephen_s_wood
Jul 30
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91746

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

Agree have the battery load tested first. From: mailto:honda_nighthawk@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 8:54 PM To:
john davenport
Jul 29
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91745

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

What year is the bike? I had an 83 with a similar issue, it turned out to be a loose connector that was behind the fuse box for the wiring harness. It was very
Chris Hatcher
Jul 29
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91744

Re: electtric failure, any ideas help

That sounds like a bad battery. With no load on it the voltage looks normal.........once a load is put in it the volts drop due to an internal short or even a
ruldrz400
Jul 29
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91743

electtric failure, any ideas help

Bike been running fine lately. Today, tried to start, it cranked, then shut down. No power, no lites, no panel lites, no telectricl I cleaned battery
gator.guy40
Jul 29
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91742

Re: Oil Pressure

Sounds like either the oil pressure relief valve is stuck partially open, or the bearings are very worn. The sticking valve is what you should assume and check
chetvaldes
Jul 5
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91741

Re: hydraulic tappets for 750

You don't need to remove the cylinderhead, just the valve cover and rockerarm assemblies. You should be able to find the defective lifter visually or by
chetvaldes
Jul 5
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91740

Re: 1983 650 NH Replacement Exhaust System

That does look a decent system. I'll certainly follow it up and hope the shipping charges are reasonable. Thanks for the info. Much appreciated.  Cheers That
npatrick
Jun 26
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91739

Re: 1983 650 NH Replacement Exhaust System

Now this appears to be a nice set,I would ask for more pictures to be sure.
john davenport
Jun 24
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91738

Re: 1983 650 NH Replacement Exhaust System

Hi John. Yes thats the system I was looking at. Thanks for taking the time to check it out. I thought the balance pipe joining the two sides looked different,
npatrick
Jun 19
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91737

hydraulic tappets for 750

Has anyone done a service on their valve lashes? I have a ticking in mine, it used to go away after the bike would be fully warmed up but it does not always go
pro_hatch
Jun 18
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91736

Re: 1983 650 NH Replacement Exhaust System

Spoke to soon I just search your description and found these in salem oregon
john davenport
Jun 18
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