08-23-2012, 08:08 PM
Joined: Jan 2010
From: Walla Walla, Wa
I Ride: 1989 Honda VTR250 (x 4), 1984 Honda VF500F (x2)
Originally Posted by ejether
The right way to do it is to replace the rotor , stator and RR which would make it ~$300 more. So, unless anyone has a line on some super cheap parts... Sad
No, the right way to do it is to TROUBLESHOOT the system, find out what's wrong, THEN see if the needed parts break your budget. Assuming that any parts are needed... your problem MAY be nothing more than a poor connection. Go through the steps of the troubleshooting guide Dlittle found!
Throwing parts at a problem is NEVER the right way. Most expensive, maybe, but not right!