I don't think it would fit and why would you want it to? If the stator puts out way more charge than you need it causes the regulator and wiring to overheat.If I might hijack a bit,AZ,will the sei stator work in the 1200 interstate?thanks
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this is one source, call them as inquire as to the exact model you need.
For any who might be interested I changed the rectifier/regulator to a Mosfet type on my 1984 GL1200I. Output voltage is about 14 VDC if my meter is reading correctly. Took a ride of about 100 miles after installation and all seemed well. In fact the old girl seemed to have a bit extra pep and...www.goldwingfacts.com
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which then will lead you to this unit:
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this is the OEM replacement
Personally, I would choose the MOSFET unit, as it runs cooler.
this is the only one that I would buy myself, select MOSFET as it is Rated Specifically for the Higher Output SEi stators.
if you buy the "Standard models", they will soon burn up because they can't handle the high output from the SEi stator.
Took the Compufire series RR off the V-Strom when I sold it and installed the Rick's Hot Shot RR that came with the bike. It works well. It is shunt RR.Thank for the information which I will look into. The local Honda dealer also recommended Ricks Electric. They have want they call a Hot Shot RR which is supposed to run cooler. Have you heard anything about their products?
I am told the Hot Shot is supposed to run cooler and not so hot? Although my current regulator still works (Tour Max), the connectors tend to run hot connecting the yellow wires from the voltage regulator to the stator wires. Usually only one of the yellow wires runs hotter than the others. As stated above, would the MOSFET RR take care of that as well as running cooler? As shown in the pic above, does mounting the RR on the inside of the saddlebag have enough air flow for cooling purposes? I do like the idea of the RR being mounted away from the heat of the engine. Thank you for any comments you may have since I would like a cooler running regulator that I do not have to worry about.Took the Compufire series RR off the V-Strom when I sold it and installed the Rick's Hot Shot RR that came with the bike. It works well. It is shunt RR.
That heat is typically from resistance in the connectors, due to age. The usual solution is to remove those three connectors and solder the wires together with heat shrink over that. You could also replace the connectors with new ones that are rated to handle the current.
Thanks for the info. on the SH 847 which I think I will get and plan to locate it on the inside of the rear saddlebag as shown in the prior pic. My concern since this is located by the rear tire, is there any concern getting it wet when riding in rain? Not sure if any water or much of it splatters in that direction from the tire or not or whether the RR is somewhat waterproof.