RE: honda super cub 50 .. how to hotwire ?

Ivo /
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<HTML>The Honda C-cub is a fourstroke bike, before you try it you should first check the valvesprings and valveclearence, the distribution chain and the camshaft. Check the flywheel and contactbreakers and make sure it has oil and stuf. Now about hotwiring it, it is possible to hotwire the bike, but you will always have a dead battery and the only way of stopping the engine would be closing the throttlestop-screw on the carb or waiting untill it runs out of feul. If there are 8 wires on the keyswitch someone has been messing with them, there should be only 4. Go buy a lot of different colored wires, connectors and the Haynes Honda C owners manual, this manual contains everything (I mean everything) about your honda, like the wirelayout of your bike so you can see exactly how the wires should be and restore them to their original state. It would be best to buy a new keyswitch, the partnumber is 66075NR, because hotwiring gives more trouble than it's worth. If you want more info about your bike, mail me at ivo215@hotmail.com</HTML>

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