exactly the same for me, except source of kit, and bracket material (I had a piece of flat mild steel avail).I used the whole roadstercycle Shindengen FH020AA kit, couldn't have been easier and couldn't work any better. Put it all together in early 2013. Price has gone up since then.
I thought it might be too large to fit in the stock location, so it's mounted under the left side cover with an aluminum bracket I made. (cut the bottom out of a frying pan) Relocating seemed important anyway, and the bolt holes are wider on the FH20 if I'm not mistaken. Fits nice where it is now, the stock one is still in place
FH020AAI have looked on ebay and there is a wide range of mosfet r/rs at varying prices , How can you be sure your not getting crap without paying very high prices ,(Even then you cant be sure what your getting)
Kinda doubt it. When stators "go bad" they usually put out less voltage, not more. You'd have to pour more volts into an R/R to cook it.Ok got hold of a used fh020aa r/r off an artic cat,in mean time going to connect a cheap chinese mosfet r/r to the bike, Just one question, Will a bad stator fry a good r/r ? p.s. thanks for your help
That is not correct. The R/R is a passive device, and has no way to 'request' more from one leg or the other. It takes what the stator outputs, and works with it.yes ok , Its that someone told me if one phase goes bad the regulator asks more current from the other two good ones, which then can blow out the r/r ?. I just wonder if that is correct
You stack the cables on top of the others so both are hooked up at once.Just got my MOSFET from roadstercycles today, my only question is the battery cables, do i just book the MOSFET up to the battery and good to go, or do i stack both the MOSFET and the bikes battery cables on top of eachother on the battery or something?
im not putting the two together, i mean i just placed one ontop of hte other to see if the holes would line up, if they did then i would put the MOSFET in the stock location, they lined up but the MOSFET wont fit in the stock location... Im throwing away the old R/R though.I wouldn't put the two together as the swingarm might hit it
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