> A headlight doesn't need much power, so that can't be the cause of the
> battery drainage. More likely the battery is just getting old or isn't
> of the right type.
The battery is brand new, so I don't think that is the problem.
I think the problem is that the battery isn't wired correctly to the alternator,
or the alternator is screwed. Here's how I arrived at this conclusion:
1. Started the bike.
2. Disconnected red lead from battery.
3. Held multitester to red lead, revved engine.
Result: no needle movement. I would assume that there should be positive
voltage coming down the red lead to charge the battery. But there doesn't seem
> > Robbert