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    Suzuki A100 electrical problems

    Edit: Sorry, my mistake. Thought this was a motorcycle forum...
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    It can be.

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    Not wearing a helmet makes me more aware of my surroundings. I find myself anticipating the hardness of concrete 50 or 100 feet in front of me, it's almost a zen-like connection between my face and the pavement.

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    Good grief, that looks painful.

    Well, Gazray, if you read this...the first thing to check your grounds (earths) and the second is to toss out the selenium rectifier. Replace with a radio shack bridge rectifier and your electrical system improves and becomes...more predictable... from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtelford View Post
    Good grief, that looks painful.

    Well, Gazray, if you read this...the first thing to check your grounds (earths) and the second is to toss out the selenium rectifier. Replace with a radio shack bridge rectifier and your electrical system improves and becomes...more predictable... from there.
    And, since this IS a bicycle forum, the usual advice is:

    HTFU

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