All International orders are shipped with insurance so "NO WORRIES"
unless you email me to go inexpensive!!!
Email me if you need help: firstname.lastname@example.org
MAKE SURE YOU CRIMP AND SOLDER ALL CONNECTORS
If you have a 2 or 3 wire stator found on most Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki,
Honda, Triumph, Ducati motorcycles just to name a few, this upgrade may be
the answer you've been looking for.
Out of country shipping
is now $45.00 with insurance Express Mail
Email me for a quote for Canada or Mexico
or you can go inexpensive also, email me.
This kit has been working on
about 99% of all the bikes people have upgraded, 2 wire and 3 wire
stators. The exceptions are older Honda motorcycles and some Moto Guzzi with 5 wire stators
in which 2 of them are for brushes. Around 1983 Honda CB 900, and CB 1000. Since I
do not have one of these bikes
myself, I can not check it out personally to be able to figure it out. If anybody has
already figured it out I would sure like to talk to you and find out how to hook up the brush wires so I can
pass it along.... OK
somebody sent me a email with a suggestion for the 5 wire bikes.
Click here to see it.
get a lot of calls and Emails about using your old harness that goes
from the old R/R to the battery. My answer is don't use it!
just unplug it and tape the end off so it can't touch any type of ground
and ty rap somewhere safe. It will still get power from the battery side
if there are other systems that use it in the bike. Use the new 10 gauge
wire I send you to go from the new Mosfet regulator to the battery, put
in a maxifuse the equivalent size of the one that was originally in your
bike. The problem is that
if you use your old harness any issues that are in that old harness,
like bad connections, bad solder joints, bad grounds, etc will just
defeat the purpose of upgrading your charging system. Lets do this clean
with all new connections crimped and soldered and you will have a bullet
proof charging system.
Hi everyone, I've been
reading some forums and for some reason a few people think that
just because the MOSFET regulator upgrade kit works awesome, you now can
add all kinds of lights, radios, sub woofers, power amps etc. OK I'm
exaggerating a little but you must understand that your stator can only
put out so many amps. The Mosfet is good for 50 amps but if your stator
is only good for 30 amps that's all you have!!!!! period!!!! The MOSFET
doesn't create magic voltage it only regulates what you have and really
well. So all you will do is overload your stator and possibly burn
it up, so be
early motorcycles are plagued with
charging system problems, I actually owned a few so I know from experience
they had charging problems. It wasn't until I started upgrading a Yamaha
V-max did I discover the FH012AA Mosfet fix. It all started when I
installed my fuel injection system on my '34 V-max powered Roadstercycle
I went through many changes trying to run add on fuel injection, an
extra headlight, and an extra tail light. The headlights bulbs where
changed from two 55 watt H4 to two 35 Watt H4 bulbs. The tail
lights, running lights and turn signals where changed to leds. It helped
but still did not do the trick. Next was the high output stator, I
believe that was totally useless, a little change but not what I was
looking for, 13.8 to 14.2 volts that was my goal. It wasn't until someone
told me about a Mosfet regulator that my luck began to change. I took
the time to install one and I was blown away by the results. Before my
best charging voltage I could get was 13.6 volts with no headlights
about 13.2 with. Now I get 14.2 volts with the headlights on, around
14.4 with them off. I was so jazzed by this that I tracked down the
connectors and regulators and made up a kit so other people with this
problem can cure their charging problem. So as long as your stator,
battery and wiring check out good this should do the trick. Go to my
page on checking
out a stator, do this before you purchase my Mosfet upgrade kit
because if your stator is bad my kit won't help. On a stock bike you
will probably have to relocate the new Mosfet regulator to a new place.
will also have to do a little easy wiring. The new kit comes with
power and ground leads you just have to cut to your desired length and
install the battery terminals. Then connect these to your battery. Just
unplug your old connector that goes to the battery and leave it , just make sure
it is not able to touch anything to create a
spark! Tape or heat shrink it.
You will have to cut the end off the original stator connector that
plugged into your stock regulator and replace it with the one provided.
This is pretty easy, you just have to crimp on 2 or 3 terminal
ends depending on your stator, single phase is only 2 wires and 3 phase
is 3 wires. (crimp and solder). The terminal ends are for 10 gauge
wire and the stator wires around 14 gauge so strip them twice as long as
needed then fold the end back on itself to make better connections, I
would solder them also. They are 3 same colored wires,
yellow, white or whatever. Connect the 3 wires in any order as in
Fig. 1. If you have a single phase 2 wire just connect the wires to 2 of
the terminals in the gray connector. My wires are yellow. The red and black 10 gauge wires will go
directly to the battery with the circuit breaker installed in the Red
cable between the battery and the Mosfet. The less connectors the better, they
fail more than anything. I read more forums about burnt up connections
more than any other thing. The 30 amp auto reset circuit breaker now comes
with kit. Remember to crimp and solder, crimping alone is not enough to
make your upgrade last for years to come.
Email me: email@example.com.
Phone 1 (310) 766-5222
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