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post #141 of 143 (permalink) Old 04-04-2019, 05:06 AM Thread Starter
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How good is the stator system in these bikes will it run a 100w handheld spotlight? Ive ordered a set of tires for the front and hope to get it out in a few weeks to go shooting

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Welllll i got it out last weekend had a few issues. Not long after going lost drive to the rear. The shifty weld i put on it with a stick had busted. Rode it for the rest of the night getting pulled up hills as it didnt have enough weight up the front for decent traction even with new tires.

Welded it up the next day with the farmers welder that was sitting out in the rail wires was rusty as heck. That was a mission. Git it back together and rode it rest of day comming back out of a big hill climb it just died. Popped a fuse and adding another just popped again. Towed back to camp i played with the multi meter and found the regulator had shift the tin. Unplugged it and it wont pop the fuse and the bike actually runs smoother.

While looking at that found a vertabrea im my tire i pulled it out to the sweet sound of sssssssssssssss. Not happy brand new tire put a plug in it and now its back in the shed till i sort some new parts

So should i buy an aftermarket arrowhead reg or buy a genuine from partzilla

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Odds are unless you buy OEM you're buying china garbage. So buy once, cry just once.

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