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savisaar2

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Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« on: September 22, 2018, 07:11:12 AM »

Hi guys,
I have been testing the bike over a week i feel like there is still something wrong see below of what info i have gathered:
  • Testing R/R results come back as Good however inspection of wire(connecting to stator) indicate a burn or tampering. I have ordered a replacement.
  • Testing Stator results come back consistent 0.8 on all 3 phases, and there is no ground issue uppon testing. (Not removed for a visual look)
The above testing were done and during a rev test while bike is running the voltage does NOT increase exponentially.
Something is still causing the battery to lose charge and not stay at peak charge I am not sure if that is a normal thing.
The main concern is i believe the bike is not charging the battery during riding, i have not had a completely low(not enough voltage to start) battery until i leave it not running for 2weeks or so.

Questions:
Is the battery meant to stay at peak charge after each ride? something like 12.6 - 12.8?
When bike is not used should the battery be losing charge(slowly) when not in use?
Should the voltage of the battery increase when increasing revs? (its clearly not)


If the above sounds normal i would love to know because at this stage i am not sure if i should be riding it, i have ordered a new RR just in case the wire was causing issues, i don't think the stator will need to be replaced after testing its producing consistency.


Really appreciate your help :)



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Re: Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2018, 04:32:12 PM »

Sounds like a dodgy battery
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Re: Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2018, 02:32:31 PM »

That's the thing though I guess but the battery holds charge when it's disconnected so something is draining battery I think I don't know if it's normal.

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Re: Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2018, 04:55:56 PM »

Use a clamp meter  or a multimeter  in series set on DC Amps and see if it is "leaking".
If it is , drop circuits off to see which one it is .
Still sounds like a dodgy battery though .
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Re: Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2018, 11:55:07 PM »

Use a clamp meter  or a multimeter  in series set on DC Amps and see if it is "leaking".
If it is , drop circuits off to see which one it is .
Still sounds like a dodgy battery though .
I would assume it would be a dodgy battery of it was leaking when not connected to the bike?? That's not the case though. When the bike is off how do you do a test of the system to see that nothing is taking battery while being off?

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Re: Interesting find after Charging System Testing
« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2018, 08:19:01 AM »

With a clamp meter or multimeter
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