Hey all,I've been doing a little modification to my batavus HS50 and I have a few questions about rich and lean conditions and also timing.My bike fully stock with encari carburetor would run about 32 mph easily and would almost never four stroke unless I was headed slightly downhill at WOT.I put on a new 15mm intake and 15.15 dellorto carburetor to try and get more performance out of the bik
Thank you cheetachrome and thewhitedog!I appreciate both answers. The grounding was the issue! seemed that my entire bullet headlight assembly was not making a great connection with the rest of the frame. I ran a new ground cable from the frame near the HT coil ground to the headlight and the electrical shock went away and my headlight turned back on!Again, appreciate the answers.-Erik
I've got some batavus HS50 parts that came with my bike which I do not need.I have:Front and rear turn signals (with headlight) in ok condition, one front signal doesn't have a lenseRear Rack and large Batavus carrying boxBatavus mirrorsSmall batavus box for toolsI do not know the functionality of the turn signals and light as they came unmounted on the bike I bought. All the wires are c
For reference here is my wiring inside of my headlight. I took the photo just so I would know what going on inside. Let me know if anyone sees anything suspicious.
Hey all,Looking for a little help with a weird issue I've been having on my batavus hs-50.While I'm riding my bike, if I touch both of my brakes at the same time (while my lights are on) I get a nice electrical shock. On top of that my headlight does not work. If I disconnect the power supply to my headlight then I no longer get shocked at the brakes. If I take off my headlight cover (wi