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Offline RoyC

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Re: Possible cause of my misfire
« Reply #30 on: 22.04. 2019 15:57 »
What Swarfy said but also check for carbon on the slip ring. Some dodgy soft brushes and holders on the market. I cleaned the slip ring and changed the brushes and holders for quality ones from Brightspark and it was like a different bike. (You may need to change the acorn nuts too because the threads may be different).

Jim


Do you have a link to this 'Brightspark' ?
I just keep getting electricians when I do a search.
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