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Old 09-05-2010, 12:55 PM   #1
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Default 1982 honda cb650-NEED HELP!!

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I recently purchased a 82 cb650. I was riding it home doing about 60-65 and after about 15 minutes I let off the gas, the bike backfired, and lost a lot of power. I pulled off into a parking lot and by then, had little to no power. I was trying to decide what to do, and after about 20 minutes of letting the bike sit, I started it up and seemed to be working perfectly fine. After getting back on the road, it was another 10 minutes until the same thing happened again. I ended up having it towed the rest of my way to my house.

The person that towed it said that it sounded like a bad coil and I have talked to a couple other people that thought it was the same thing. Does this sound right? I do take it on short rides just around the neighborhood but anything longer than that results in the same loss of power.

Thanks for viewing and any feedback would help, THANKS!!
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Old 09-05-2010, 02:43 PM   #2
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Sounds a possibility - a coil heats up, stops working - bike dies.

Bike Bandit has 'em for $132.10 ea. (Honda PN 172285-001, BB PN 624778 ) - quite pricey.
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Old 09-06-2010, 11:45 AM   #3
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Could be crud in the fuel system or a partially plugged vent hole in the fuel cap. Try those if the new could doesn't fix it.

No way the seller couldn't know this problem.
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