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Build your own Stator Regulator

I read a lot of technical newsletters, and this little jewel showed up today and really caught my interest.

It seems like it would really be the cat's meow for replacing the OEM regulator on the Stator equipped bikes.

Of course, it will need the standard full wave, 3 phase bridge rectifier in front of it.

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That guy only outputs a max of 1.8V. Neat setup, though.

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That guy only outputs a max of 1.8V. Neat setup, though.

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I missed that little fact.

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It wouldn't take the input voltage from the three phase bridge, either. Unloaded you could see upwards of 70 VDC there, moderately loaded (fully charged battery, just running the bike) input would still probably be 20-35 VDC under load I'd guess.

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Shame that! I was looking for something that would take what my new Randakk upgraded alternator could dish out.

It has so much more pick-up surface than the original, I'm a little concerned that the OEM rectifier/regulator won't.

Should I be? Anyone know?

Edit: Okay I just seen pictures from another thread showing a 1200 stator, seems to have the same pick-up area as the Randakk.


Does the 1200 use a different rectifier/regulator than the 1100? Maybe I ought to use one of those, if it does!

This is a picture of an OEM 1100 stator, for comparison.

For what it's worth and if I may be so bold? The current rebuild of the `80, `81, `82 & `83 GL1100STDASPENSTATE can be followed on classicgoldwings.com in a thread called "The plan is to turn 140,000 into 50,000."

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From what I can see the 1100 & 1200 use the same reg/rec maybe the LTD/SEI is a beefier one but then a mosfet would be good too. https://roadstercycle.com/Shindengen...or%20about.htm

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Thanks Dave.

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