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  1. #1
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    Starter

    Hi does anyone know of anyone that will refurbished a starter it for a mate who is having trouble finding a replacement
    It's a Cbr1000fl
    Thanks

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    Re: Starter

    What needs done and what bike is it for ?

    New bearings / com skim / new brushes ?

    Or does it need a rewind ?

    Kenny
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    Re: Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by kendo View Post
    what bike is it for ?
    Quote Originally Posted by mattblack View Post
    It's a Cbr1000fl
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    Re: Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by AndyC View Post
    Senior moment apologies , fingers were quicker than the eyes and brain

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    Re: Starter

    I have had it striped down and everything looks good so I'm thinking it may need a rewind

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    Re: Starter

    Have you been able to carry out insulation resistance and continuity tests on it ?
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    Re: Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by mattblack View Post
    I have had it striped down and everything looks good so I'm thinking it may need a rewind
    Deglaze the commutator and install new brushes. Put back together and bench test with good battery. If still forked after that you can send it out.
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    Re: Starter

    If you are UK - these guys always get good reports http://www.rexs-speedshop.com/epages...%20Services%22

    I have used these guys personally for replacement parts and their service is first class https://www.electrexworld.co.uk/

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    Re: Starter

    Deglaze the commutator (done) and install new brushes(plenty of life left) . Put back together and bench test with good battery (used jump leads from my car)
    Thanks hoot I will give them a look

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