Re: what did you do to your motor bike today?
re: interference and computer interruption. The happytimes are notorious for it.
Here is how to solve the problem.
1. Remove/unscrew the stock wire and boot. Replace with good automotive spark wire with good clip and rubber boot ($2-5). You can just cut the distributor side off if it comes with both. This helped my motor idle too. The stock boots have two wires/spring that is supposed to clip the threads on the plug, not the ball. When the rubber dries, the spark boot arcs! This is why CDIS fail, surely.
2. Make sure your electrical system is well grounded!
3. Put a new battery in the computer just to be sure. If the other is still good, you can use it later.
4. Put dilectric grease on the contacts between computer and mount. I wrap a strip of Gorrilla Tape around mine to make sure it doesn't ever fall off the mount (for the Bell cheapos) If you don't want tape, you can also put a dab of hot glue on somewhere, that you can melt off later to remove computer and
change the battery. Batteries should last for months.
1" roller Dax Friction Drive and Tanaka 3300 with mods.
Last edited by happycheapskate; 05-10-2013 at 11:00 AM.