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Hi Dean,

I've been considering it for my GL1100. I'm not having any real trouble either, but I'd sure rather prevent a problem than try to cure one, especially if it's a hard-to-trace problem that appears to be fuel, but may in fact be electrical.

I'm pretty literate in this area, and what Dave says on his site makes sense. As soon as I can get my rear in gear, he'll have some moneyfrom me. I'm rebuilding my bike (have been for about a month), and I figure I may as well do it while I've got her stripped to the frame anyway.

Just my two cents...

Jack
 

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axelwik wrote:
Why fix it if it's not broke?
Well, knowing that most of the 1100 and 1200 bikes had wiring/stator trouble, or at least corroded connections after 20 years, it doesn't hurt to use a little preventative maintenance now and again.

Hey Goldwinger, just a thought - we could easily spend $10-15 in parts alone, then have to solder the thing and figure out the various connections, too. Heck, $25 is a steal. :)

Jack
 
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