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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Joe Watson, Apr 17, 2009.
Question for any of you wiring gurus out there. One of our posties (2009) has suffered a setback in the wiring department. It has no horn, no indicators, no headlight, no tail light, not brakelight, a dead battery and even when running none of these things work. Am I looking at a dead stator or broken wire or....? Ive swapped regulators between bikes, pulled the wiring apart up in the steering area, checked the plugs from the stator, checked the wires from the extended ignition wiring and checked inside the headlight bucket. There appears to be nothing broken and nothing loose. The battery terminals are tight and clean, the fuse is intact. We have done some very rocky roads lately and I noticed the tail light would become very dim then bright then dim then it went out as we bumped along. Has to be a connection or something right? What should I look for? Bike runs perfect still and is a CDI postie. Its really annoying me!
First try a good battery
If you still have no luck
It will be a power supply problem
If it runs and things work at first then go down hill it will be a stator /regulator problem.
A cheap multimeter will help espically if its stator related.
Be easier to diagnose if i was ,wish, was over there
Can anyone tell me the diameter of the shifter spline? I have a knock-off Postie and want to replace the shifter with a less protrusive one. Thanks.
My spare motors are out side diameter of spline are 11mm. I have a spare gear shift lever if you want to modify it..
Has the postie craze died off and only the old school hardcore nutterz remain ?
Anyway if i can get this piston back down the bore i will be riding from qld to the Tiddlers rally. Be good to see some off the other nutters there
that does look like it is a bit bigger than standard. True or False.
You can go back ;-)
Is your postie running hot ?
Add extra cooling
That looks about the same as mine was when i went to a 140cc or have you gone a bit more for a finer sleeve. .
Fire that up and you'd think you had a Detroit diesel hiding in your workshop (oil everywhere)
Turns out the chinaman found a way to use less metal.
The jap ones are the go ;-)
Fat sleeve and a big hole
I'm not mechanic but I thought putting in new chain and sprockets would not be out of my depth until I started to struggle to remove the final drive sprocket. Can't for the life of me get the bolts off. Is there something I am missing? are the bolts held in by some kind of cir-clips?
Depending sprocket brand you might need to hold the bolt head as well
Spot on Wiil-s, Needed the rattle gun, suckers were just on too tight.
Mine were as tight as fuck as well. I got a big block of wood and put in 2 coach bolts to hold the sprocket so I could get some tension on the socket to undo them.
Chucked a few thousand on the stroker over a week.
It decided to throw a bolt out the cylinder and gove my boot a good old oiling.
Pretty impressed no need for a china if you want a bit of go
Just bought my first postie yesterday. What foot pegs fit the CT?
A few mods can get pivot pegz on.
Otherwise some of the china pitbike ones fit
CT110 ag bikes have steel pegs while the CT110 posties have the rubber pegs.