Bike dies when turning handle bars to the right
Where is the relay for your coil mod? Is that it by the battery? Are the terminals fully insulated? No bare metal on the connections or pins?
That is it by the battery. Where you have the washers and the bolt. They are not fully insulated, just the female connectors attached to the pin. I caught a sheet metal screw in the front tire, and I was going to get a patch kit from O’Reillys. I can get some heat shrink there. It sounds identical to the relay that turns on when the ignition is turned on. So that would make sense, since the rear coil is the trigger. To test, I should be able to disconnect the trigger from the relay to see if that is it.
Update - I pulled off the trigger and sure enough, it stopped doing that. So... is it as simple as insulating the female connectors? I just filled the tank, and I do not feel like draining it for the umpteenth time. I have a new petcock kit coming, so I will clean the fuel gauge, run new wire and see if that will fix that gremlin.
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'08 Road King Classic
Ear Shave, K&N Filters, Mean Streak Seat, AGM battery, Blue Wire Mod, Pick-up Coil Mod, Timing Advance Mod, NGK Iridium Plugs and Wire, LEDs, Bed Liner Paint Job, Over-sized Tires, New Brakes, New Fork Seals, Progressive Springs, Kick Stand Mod, Highway Pegs, 40/140 No Shims, Vance & Hines Exhaust, New Grips, Extra Wide Emgo Handle Bars
John 8:44, REV 2:9, REV 3:9 - If you were kicked out of 109 bars, would you think the problem was you, or the 109 bars?
Last edited by MSattler; 07-06-2019 at 09:31 AM.