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    I know this is an old thread...but.....how can the charging system have an effect on hot starting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifa View Post
    I know this is an old thread...but.....how can the charging system have an effect on hot starting?
    If it's not charging correctly.---However this will probably effect cold starting as well as hot starting.---These bikes are voltage sensitive and even if down a little they are prone to not starting.---Honda obviously fitted the smallest battery they could get away with.--A modern trickle charger is a must for peace of mind.



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