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<<<i'm desperate, so i'm posting this here for max thoughts>>>

 

my husky has been seriously messing about for about 12 months now...
its been a second bike for me, but time to get it right.

here is what it's doing, it wont rev out at all...
(if it asks for a password it's husky)
http://vimeo.com/98256825

plenty of things have been done to source and rectify the issue, these being:
countless carb changes, changing to lectron, richer and leaner with no difference.
new top end.
inspected reeds a number of times.
ignition coil and lead replaced.
timing checked.
compression checked.
checked squish.
measured resistance on stator.
replaced LHS crank seal, (cant smell atf burning so didnt replace RHS).
numerous plug changes.
many other things as well

well, over to you TT.
i reckon it must be stator.
does the symptoms match the stator playing up???

***i'm beyond crying***
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<<<i'm desperate, so i'm posting this here for max thoughts>>>

 

my husky has been seriously messing about for about 12 months now...

its been a second bike for me, but time to get it right.

here is what it's doing, it wont rev out at all...

(if it asks for a password it's husky)

http://vimeo.com/98256825

plenty of things have been done to source and rectify the issue, these being:

countless carb changes, changing to lectron, richer and leaner with no difference.

new top end.

inspected reeds a number of times.

ignition coil and lead replaced.

timing checked.

compression checked.

checked squish.

measured resistance on stator.

replaced LHS crank seal, (cant smell atf burning so didnt replace RHS).

numerous plug changes.

many other things as well

well, over to you TT.

i reckon it must be stator.

does the symptoms match the stator playing up???

***i'm beyond crying***

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sounds VERY frustrating,

 

no mention of the bikes history..,

 

 the one thing you haven't mentioned is ANY exhaust work,

 

 I would remove the whole pipe,

 de-coke, and then try and check the powervalve too,

 

you could always fire it up with just the expansion chamber on..no muffler just to see if it's breathing better,

 

charlie

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sounds VERY frustrating,

 

no mention of the bikes history..,

 

 the one thing you haven't mentioned is ANY exhaust work,

 

 I would remove the whole pipe,

 de-coke, and then try and check the powervalve too,

 

you could always fire it up with just the expansion chamber on..no muffler just to see if it's breathing better,

 

charlie

 

thanks for the reply charlie...

i have also done exactly that^^^.

repacked exhaust and started it with the pv actuating arm cover off.

all working as it should.

 

yesterday i sent the stator off for a rewind, i will report back in the next week...

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Had one simular the needle wasn't being held down, so it would move up.

Just thinking??

you did a carb change so that probably wouldn't be it.

Have seen plug wire routing do simular wierd things,

Run plug wire from coil back under frame, zip it down, then bring forward to plug.

 

Later George

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this is probably too late but my 2012 WR 300 had spark probs from new, ate pistons, had erratic spark that caused massive kick back, very poor/no starting. dealer did not diagnose problem, cost them heaps. my car mechanic fixed it. the reg/rectifier was faulty. cost $105 to fix

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