As for what I did on the bike today, I thought about re-doing the rectifier connector, may think about it again tomorrow...
Check the switch itself. Had same thing happen to me when I got to a rally about 2HR from home. Checked everything else, but one of the wires came loose from the switch. Didn't have tools to solder it, so used a bandaid to hold it together so I could get the bike started, to get back home, and then couldn't work on soldering it for almost a week, and the bandaid held it fine.Well not today but yesterday took bike to the shop.Left me stranded...push starter button,nothin!!
Does anyone know exactly what kind of mufflers these are? I was thinking Cobra slash cut but these are not stainless steel and the chrome peeled off on some of them so it was not a premium chrome job on them. I was expecting some type of baffle but these are just straight through, you can see straight through them, with the baffles on the edges of the tube.It was a beautiful day here today. I would have loved to ride but my mufflers were kind of rusted so I took advantage of a low humidity warm day to wire wheel them, rust kill and paint with rustoleum heat paint since a lot of the chrome was gone anyway.
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Thanks, That is what I was originally thinking. Hopefully I'll have them back on and go for a run tomorrow. I had to let the paint dry real good.The bracket looks like Cobra to me.
I think you are looking for too much hoping for stainless steel.
The ones on my 750 ACE are chrome plated steel with some kind of plated metal shields held on by stainless steel worm gear clamps.
Baffle seems to be a straight through perforated tube in the glass pack muffler tradition, mine are non removable, welded in.