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Old 09-28-2012, 05:02 PM   #68
lake_harley OP
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Joined: May 2009
Location: Uniontown, MO
Oddometer: 670
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Originally Posted by Horsehockey View Post
I can't vouch for this trick but I've used it on my car. The conductive liquid in this kit might work to restore #12 in place. It goes on like liquid solder and dries like an epoxy:

http://hostedmedia.reimanpub.com/TFH..._REPDEF_05.JPG
That seems to be worth a try. I found that a couple other pins are not conducting well either. I'll see if the local parts store has a kit, and check the price. I looked up the circuit board on bobsbmw and it's just under $90.00. Anyone have a good used one? May post it up on the airhead flea market.

I'm getting anxious to ride this bike! After I get this problem fixed and spend some more time on the carb adjustment/balance I think it'll be about ready for a serious test ride. Up till now, it's only been up and down the road next to my house.

Thanks for the tip.

Lynn
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