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ossabc63

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  1. Hello my led fuel light didnt work as to canada280. Tryed to buy the add on light from ossa(lewisport) he said the light was never available from ossa. So i took the sensor out of the fuel tank after removing rad and air cleaner. The sensor is a 1k ohm thermistor covered by a small plastic splash shield which i carefully got off without breaking not recommended. I made a mock up circuit on the bench with a 12 volt battery, sensor, led, cup of gas. Led light on all the time in or out of gas so i added a small automotive bulb which is a 37 series bulb and a socket i had and wired it in parallel with the led bulb i had. The bulb slowly came on dim but the led was good with 12 volts. I put the sensor in the gas and both lights slowly went out. 👍 Tryed several times and worked good. So bike back together added half litre of gas to get started rode around the yard till the fan came on, fuel led light on bright. Took bike in the shop and filled it up back around the yard led light out. 👌
  2. Hi mark does the kscan software tell you the hours on the bike. ? Just wondering how you know.
  3. I would think the there is nothing wrong with the fuel pressure, as long as it doesnt drop off to fast. The stator generates voltage to run the electrics of the bike, pump, fan, ecu. The regulator which is the alum ribbed box bolted by the coil. Try removing the spark plug and ground it or just unplug the wire to the coil. Then connect a voltmeter across the red and black wires where you power up while running the kscan software. When you kick the bike over with the plug out you should see over 12 volts at the voltmeter telling you the stator is working ok. I think you just need a pick up coil. Did you phone dualsport plus to see if they have one. 😎
  4. Hi think i found a clear protector for my carbon termignoni the sides were wearing and turning grey. I bought this stuff about fifteen years ago and still had it laying around so i tryed a small spot first a light scuff with 300 grit. Then brushed it on let it dry over night wow you couldn't tell it was worn. The heat dosnt bother it leaves a hard finish. If and when it wears add another coat. 👍
  5. Sweet canada280 i will try that still waiting for my wheel bearings from ebay. So i can put my bike together again.
  6. Ricarvar the the puller is 27mm 1.0 right hand thread. I have one but iam in bc. Remember to use a button or cut off a bolt head to protect the end of the crank and threads before you install the puller. The puller is the same one as gasgas pro.
  7. I had the flywheel off last week to check the crankcase screws and could see someone drilled out the bolts and removed the weight also is it supposed to have a magnesium flywheel cover?
  8. Canada280i only ridden it five times last year, ran ok like the bike still getting the starting down. Wired in and got a energizer lithium 9volt like you have. Do you kick yours over just after top dead centre any tricks.
  9. Canada280 iam in the okanagan bc i pm you in dec. the only wires that would be backwards would be my led which wouldnt make a difference. Bikes apart now lubing linkage and had a bad wheel bearing. Then will try sucking out some fuel to see if light goes out. 😜
  10. Jsp here is my setup the wire is a female connector with a black wire and a black wire with green tracer. The connector i cut off one of the unused connectors on the factory harness. Solder and shrink tube to the led light.
  11. Thanks elemetal i bought a small green led off of ebay and wired it in using the unused connector end at the head light. But the lights on all the time, if i disconnect the connector at the sensor lights out. Never thought the dummys would wire it backwards, have to drain the tank down to check. 👍
  12. Hey just another thought to check ricarvar, i found corrosion in the ecu connection of my bike. There was one green wire that was the worst not sure where it goes. The wiring diagrams are a little cheesie.
  13. Well the website for ossa es has been gone for a week. I just thought it was tits up big julie for ossa but that would be great if they come back.
  14. Just another note or idea, my ossa manual states what is needed for a cable they say if using windows 7 or 8 will work fine if the optimal cable with the ftdi chip is used which like the btwice cable with the electronics and chip in the usb end. You can buy the adapter 232 usb cable off there website which is 25 dollars. You would have to splice the connector off of your older cable onto your new cable. Ossa wants you to only use the drivers from the ftdi website which you can down load for free. Just a thought then you could keep yer flaptop.
  15. Hey ricarvar just a thought you may want to remove the flywheel cover and check the pick-up for damage. There were other posts on this forum about the crankcase cover screws coming out and getting caught breaking the ignition pick-up causing no spark. I took my flywheel off two weeks ago and checked the screws. Good luck. Ps the pickup is at the top of the flywheel in the bump area.