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    Default CBR 900RR

    Hi guys i am new to forum hello to all...

    Would like to ask something last 2 years i got some problem with electric on my cbr900rr...

    Those 3 wires come from stator and goes to reg/rec and they are too warm when i pin up the green wire and other one +/- when i pin out they are not also when its pinned up the fuse 30A on starter relay burn always....reg\rec is new i buy last year from motorcycle market.

    Alose the reg/rec connector old one was burned i remove it and make it directly with a connector with insulation.

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    This is the negative from battery when i buy this bike i didnt see it...today i pull out tank and when i remove the Insulation tape i just saw that ? maybe there are not ground ?

    Anyone have a suggestion what is the problem with those burning fuses 30A and warm those 3 yellow wires... ?

    Thanks hope i will fix this soon

    BTW 2 Weeks ago i buy 929 cbr i just paint wheels

    Monday i will start paint farings

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    Default Re: CBR 900RR

    Not sure this will help as I am not all that good with electrical issues.

    If you are burning fuses that means you are getting too much current which causes the fuse to burn up to save the system. If the wires used are not large enough to carry that amount of current that would cause them to get hot and/or melt. The picture of the negative terminal on battery looks like exposed wire so you may not be grounded properly. Sounds like you may have too much current through the system.

    This is just a guess on my part
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