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14.2V at 2500 rpm is excellent, and normal. The one thing I would do, if you have the ability, is to remove the 3 bullet connectors in the 3 yellow wires that go from the stator to the R/R and solder the wires directly together. My wires burned at those connectors, indicating high resistance and a bad connection. One of the connectors broke off while I was trying to unplug it. If you do solder them, make sure it is done right, a bad connection will cause high resistance and the wires will still burn, possibly taking the stator and R/R with them. The current from the stator needs a low resistance path from the stator to the R/R.
I am a motorcyclist, NOT a biker.
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