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    If you need a re-wind, there's a guy in Gosford who runs a business simply called "stator rewinds". He did mine on the Daytona, and did a fantastic job, really knows his stuff too.

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    Thanks for the pro tip man!
     
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    Well, got the bike back, all is fixed. Wooo
     
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    It went through a machine that converted money to electrons.
     
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    preeeetty much
     
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    The short turned out to be a loose brake wire flapping about and occasionally grinding on the chain and grounding out. As for the voltage jumping about - a fucking mystery. He wired in a modern single unit reg/rec and its all charging fine.
     
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    The old regulators can break down and be rather crud at random intervals so yeah, usually a modern one is the way to go.
     
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