My new 2002 Honda Firestorm stopped at the lights and wouldn't start. Had to get it towed home. This all happened less than 24 hours after I bought it Checked the battery and fuses and they were all good. Not knowing too much more about troubleshooting on bikes I took it to a well spoke of local independent bike mechanic. They said it was the converter that they want to charge me $350 for a used converter "from Melbourne" that has "3 months warranty" as well as $100 troubleshooting/labour fee. They went on to say that they were giving me the converter at cost price. Now I have no problem paying $100 for troubleshooting but upon calling the only bike wreckers in town and asking what the converter would cost they asked "Is your bike at ########" I of course said no and they told me $250. I don't know what to do? Tell the mechanics not to order the part and get the bike back after paying $100 for troubleshooting and replacing the part myself? Or just let the mechanics finish the job and pay the full $350+$100? Has anyone else had to replace this part? What did you pay for it? I hope this is the last electrical fault I have to deal with for a while. I mean it's a 2002 Honda not a 1980's Ducati Any advice is greatly appreciated.