Went out again on the Norton last Thursday night, but way too many bugs just after sunset. Visor gets caked with the fuggers in no time at all severely limiting vision. Was also experiencing a lot of symptoms associated with low battery voltage. Quite yellow lighting and slow indicators. Also cutting out occasionally. Then I started to notice flashes from down on the left side of the bike. Had thought it was just bugs being caught in the side-spill of the headlight, but soon determined this wasn't the case - something was arcing down there! Barely made it back to base, engine coughing and spluttering. Had a look at the alternator feed and that seemed ok. Pulled the transfer case off and all looked ok there. Finally traced the alternator wiring back to under the oil tank to find that one wire had been sawn through by rubbing on the chain! Will be pretty easy to sort. Bad news found in the bottom of the transfer case though - two halves of a broken link roller case from the primary chain. Chain had been damaged way back when the DPO seized the bike and punched one of the rods through the crankcase. No rollers broken though so was deemed still serviceable. Guess it's finally come home to roost though. A trip out to Bendigo Saturday morning was had on the TRX where I grabbed a new chain from Road and Race. Question is, think I've always removed the front (crank-end) sprocket to get the chain off, but it occurred to me to ask those in the know if there's enough adjustment in the gearbox positioner to free the chain without taking the sprocket off. Not so easy to borrow a puller any more from out in the sticks where I now live. What say you experts?