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04-09-2018 11:53 AM
Goofyfoot2001
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Originally Posted by chokingvictim View Post
dude would you care to elaborate on that a bit? i think this is the missing link to my winter project. ever hear of someone using a resistor instead of a diode?
Two totally different things. Diode used to make sure current flows in one direction with ZERO resistance. Resistor just, well resists. Like a good liberal, it doesn't even know why!
04-05-2018 06:33 PM
chokingvictim
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Originally Posted by slimvulcanrider View Post
It allows the ignition box to work with out safety switches, and/or a JB.
dude would you care to elaborate on that a bit? i think this is the missing link to my winter project. ever hear of someone using a resistor instead of a diode?
01-31-2018 10:46 AM
WilliamTech3
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Originally Posted by Michael Kelsey View Post
Slim do you still have the simplified wiring diagram?
Msg me your email address...I'll email schematic documents.....
I am unable (un-knowledgeable) how to provide them any other way...

WilliamTech3
01-31-2018 01:00 AM
Michael Kelsey Slim do you still have the simplified wiring diagram?
09-06-2010 07:16 PM
slimvulcanrider no, the battery won't show the R/R an over charge or underchard situation.. don't ask how I know this...
09-06-2010 06:02 PM
dariv
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Originally Posted by slimvulcanrider View Post
you could tie it into the battery, but the battery doesn't give a good reading.. a better place to wire in is in the HL circuit
Not sure I follow you.......
Do you run the risk then of a poor connection someplace, thus fooling the R/R into outputting more juice to the battery....thereby frying the battery (overcharging)?
09-06-2010 04:26 PM
slimvulcanrider you could tie it into the battery, but the battery doesn't give a good reading.. a better place to wire in is in the HL circuit
09-06-2010 02:22 PM
dariv On the stock R/R there is an "M" (monitor) pin. how should this pin be incorporated into the wiring? I get the other 5 wires: three yellow input wires from the stator, and for output there is a ground, and a battery (white wire), but where does the brown wire tie in. I'm guessing it monitors the system voltage to allow more or less juice to flow out of the R/R...... if so, why not just tie it to the + on the battery as well?
09-06-2010 10:37 AM
slimvulcanrider
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a homemade version to replace just the R/R
Me and a few other guys debated this idea and the only solution was the one I mentioned above.. the Home Made R/R won't work, becasue I can't find a Voltage Regulator that works with a perminant magnet rotor... all the voltage regulators I have found work by colapsing the field to regulate the voltage instead of shunting excess voltage to ground. an alternator set up would work... if you could find a way to lengthen the stator shaft so it protrudes through the stator cover, then add a pully to the end of the shaft... another really big PITA. the best bet isd to spend a little cash and get the CE602 R/R The information can be found on THIS long thread.
09-06-2010 12:17 AM
dariv hummm..........sounds like a pain. I was thinking about a more modern R/R version.....there have been threads on the idea, or a homemade version to replace just the R/R....... or maybe just bolt an alternator on the bike someplace
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