Simon Gibb

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  1. Thanks for the help.. Turned out to be a minor electrical fault me and my dad overlooked!! All working fine now Cheers
  2. Has just done a 4 mile run...... and now he feels... EPIC!!!! :D

  3. Anyone going to Electro Swing at the winchester pub tonite and wanna lift.. let me know :) 07526809408 x

  4. Litrally playing xbox to keep awake after staying up all night.. nothing beats a full english after a wake-in shift!! Sleep finishs 2nd again :-)

  5. Hi everyone! Having some trouble with my Honda at the moment. I'm not very mechanically minded so bear with me.. Its a RD02 engine (1st generation- I think?) Basically went to start it months after buying it, It started after a good few turns!! Went back the 2nd time and run it flat trying, So I charged it up but as I was doing so.. Something made a big click (like a relay going) After this I've had no green neutral light come up & no needle flick on the rpm display?? I've checked wiring with multimeter, replaced battery, starter relay/solenoid, checked all fuses with no luck!! Could it be CDI unit? Any suggestions would be great, Thanks Simon.
  6. Yesterday I went to turn on my Xbox (Which I hadn't used in ages!!) 3 red lights [X(] I've had this before when it was in warranty.. Something to do with the 'mother of all boards' Do I chuck the piece of crap OR is it worth repairing, Any thoughts??

  7. Hi guys! Right got possible electric problems with a nx650, No neutral light, no start? I'm wasting money trying to fix it!! Any suggestions? :)

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      Simon Gibb

      Firstly I overcharged the battery because it was gassing (Or thought I did!) Heard a relay click when trying to start it! (Its never started since) Bought new battery for it. Then got a new starter solenoid, Still nothing? My brother's checked the wiring with a digital multimeter, I really don't know much about these bikes. Help from anyone would be brilliant, Regards Simon :)