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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-06-2014, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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Need help identifying Mosfet wires

I picked up this Mosfet and need to identify wires. My goal is to use the stock connections. Already performed the R/R relocate on the original rectifier.

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I picked up this Mosfet and need to identify wires. My goal is to use the stock connections. Already performed the R/R relocate on the original rectifier.

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The grey plug with the 3 wires go to the 3 yellow stator wires. The two wires from the black plug go directly to the battery, hot and ground. The brown wire that went to your old regulator is not needed anymore. Just cap it and tape it.

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Ok so the Grey plug on the mosfet (picture with wires connected) those -3 wires each is connected to a yellow wire from the original r/r housing. (the grey plug wire with two plugs connected -- black & white connector, is the same as the other two, plugs assumption the ZX 10 needed the two connectors)
And any two of three black connector plugs on the mosfet direct connect to the battery hot and ground does not matter which plug?

And in the original housing the B/Y wire reserve lighting; B wire ignition on; W wire ignition park-on. all three are not needed when I direct connect the new mosfet to the battery.

Can the B/Y, B, or W, wire connection be used for an accessory later if needed.
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I would need to check tonight but I believe it's + on the inside & - on the outside. Center is not used.
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Well, I see nobody's followed up. Your PM was humorous.

Here's a photo to explain it. Pic's worth a thousand words right?

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Thanks for the pic... I watched the. Roadster factory MOSFET videos very helpful and I got +R and - L. Installed it this evening 20 min and I am now getting 13.9 - 14.0 at idle , 14.2 at 2000 rpm's .... now its a great city bike. Thanks for the assistance.

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