All I know is I wish you guys had found this R/R before i went back stock a little over a month ago.This looks very promising
Go big or go home!i havent ordered mine yet i am still waiting on the rest of the parts and i am building a custom battery box to hold to hold an exide sc30lfa 400cca and a set of accel super coils
pn140403 i hope it will handle the amperage it says it will. if so heat shouldnt be a problem.
it should barely break a sweat
Our regulators are SCR (Silicone Controlled Rectifier) the latest and greatest are MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor)Hey slim, is that what we already have??
thats how we do it where i am from but i cannot take credit hizzo3 built the first oversize battery box on here to hold a westco 12v30 350cca the one i am using is the exide cross reference for the yix30 found in harley touring bikes even though the exide is rated 400cca it tests at 445cca we are an exide dealer so i get a break on the price.:smiley_thGo big or go home!
With Tim's Stator and the new Mosfet regulators may be what we all have been looking for,As for mosfet's. I first started working with them on walk behind Electric pallet jacks.The replaced either bulky resistor drives that controls speed and direction of a DC motor.with relays and resistors,or SCR drives (Silicon controlled rectifier)which controls speed by gating on and off at varying speeds but was still kinda bulky with all the relays still required and a control card that turned on the scr and then either reversed the positive and negative or removed all power to turn off the scr.The big advantage to the Mosfets were the fact that a transistor could be turned on and without all the Hassle of scrs and they were a high current low voltage switch that don't build a lot of heat.they replaced a whole panel and a bunch of resistors with a small box about 2/3 the size of a shoebox with a speed pot to control gate voltage.This gives me a good idea this will be a better system.than what we have now.I am glad that some one at a factory somewhere decided we need a constant voltage that doesn't vary a lot and I think that electronic fuel injection and engine management systems requiring a constant steady voltage are the reasons that we have better charging system components available.Our regulators are SCR (Silicone Controlled Rectifier) the latest and greatest are MOSFET (Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor)
Basicaly it's like going from Analalog to Digital, Mosfet has been around for atleast 30 years but has only been used on M/C's for about 10.
The CE602 uses the same MOSFET design as the Shindengen FH008, FH009, FH010, FH011, FH012 and the FH014 but the FH011 was designed for maximum cooling. It has the mother of ALL heatsinks, I just purchased 2 FH012's and 1 FH011 R/R's and waterproof connectors from Ebay.
Rkcdude will get the first upgrade to the FH011, pics and write up will soon follow. I also purchased an infrared gun type thermometor to test the changes in temperature.
There is one leg from the stator that goes to the JB, What I did to fix this was wire the stator leg from the JB to the unused sense wire from the factory R/R. So the R/R is Wired straight to the stator and then straight to the battery with a 30A inline fuse.