I rode about twenty miles this morning to pick up a cellphone from a craigslist seller. About 100 feet from my destination I lost all power to my bike. Awesome.... Info - Main 30a fuse blew out - 10a Tail-light/horn fuse blew on the ride over - I have blown high-beams on 3 headlights in a week Steps - Removed tail light - Plugged in new fuses (tail and main) - Main fuse blew instantly(no ignition) - Disconnected all connectors removed all fuses. - inserted main fuse and reconnected main fuse harness. No blowout - Reconnected an fuses. No blowout - Reconnected computers and flasher relay. No Blowout - Reconnected Regulator rectifier. Instant blow out. - Tested out the R/R as shown.
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I finally received my mini helmet cam and I am very happy with the video quality during daylight hours, however the audio leaves very much to be desired. I am searching for an inexpensive microphone/recorder combo at the moment. Until then I will go ahead and load up some video editing software and maybe just write over the audio with music. Below is a sample video. as you can see the video length is only 52 seconds that is because YouTube does not properly recognize mjpg encoded video in an AVI wrapper. I have discovered a solution to this problem going forward.
I recorded my ride to work this morning and should I find time I will chop it up add some music and post it for you tube as another test.
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