Regulator / Rectifier Modification

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MacV2
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Re: Regulator / Rectifier Modification

Post by MacV2 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 4:24 pm

Wicky wrote:I'd be wary, even though it appears marked as an FH R/R, at that cheapy price and origin it could still be an SH type R/R.
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Re: Regulator / Rectifier Modification

Post by lockwood1956 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 4:49 pm

Cheers guys

Have you a recommended supplier?
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Re: Regulator / Rectifier Modification

Post by MacV2 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 5:10 pm

lockwood1956 wrote:Cheers guys

Have you a recommended supplier?
Yeah ...Me.

I have a spare BMW S1000r Mosfet Reg/Rec.

Like the ones in the pic's I posted.

By all means check the prices on E-Bay plenty from the States at under £30 but then they want silly money to post to UK & you might get stung on Import duties...Seen 'em up for £60 to £99 from UK supliers.

£50 posted for the one I have... You then have the choice of unpicking your curent block conector & just connecting up or buy a fitting kit & re wire as I explained in the previous post.
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Re: Regulator / Rectifier Modification

Post by lockwood1956 » Sat Nov 07, 2015 11:18 pm

MacV2 wrote: £50 posted for the one I have.
Sold

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