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November 15th, 2016, 12:50 PM   #1
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original or aftermarket?

Is this original or aftermarket rectifier/voltage regulator for a fe400e 2002
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Hi slangen78,

Judging by the colours of the wires, I would say that it is original. I replaced mine a while ago with a Trailtech but it looks familiar to me.

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Is it the same on more models? Want to try a used first.
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November 16th, 2016, 12:19 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by slangen78 View Post
Is it the same on more models? Want to try a used first.
I'd say anything around 2000-2003 pre Kokusan (2004) would plug in. I'm not certain though....

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That is not the original one. I'm sure.

I'm sending you a picture, it's not great but it's the one I have right here.


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November 16th, 2016, 10:12 AM   #6
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up to 2002 they had like Zaga has, under the frame and the regulator is separate from the rectifier. but in 2003 a larger unit was fitted under the seat very similar if not actually the item in the top photo.

always difficult to know what the output is of all these things. the original had no coding on it. however, it should be in the bikes specifications?

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I have like the picture shows a 3-phase regulator. And when I measure between the blue and the yellow cables from the stator I get 80vac and between the two yellow max 30vac.

So my question is it possible to remove the battery and keep the broken stator. So I can have enough power to the light's in some way.

When a give the engine more rpm the less the light's are shining.
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Hi

Taffy, this unit that I'm pointing, it's a regulator/rectifier, and you also have another regulator.

It's like this because that unit it's connected to one of the yellows and it's powering the battery.
The other yellow is connected to one regulator only and it's used to power only the lights.

This is the original configuration, but you can make another arrangements.

Slangen, this is not a 3 phase regulator, because the bike has a single phase stator, only has 2 single phases.

What do you mean by broken stator ? usually that part of the stator don't break ?? and one of the yellows should have power enough to power the lights (70W)
Anyway, check values between the yellow and the blue to know if everything is ok, if values are ok should be the regulator.

But if you had one of the phases bad (one of the yellows), the one that is connected to lights, and the one that goes to batt in good condition, yes, you could disconnect the batt one and use it to the lights.


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Originally Posted by slangen78 View Post

When a give the engine more rpm the less the light's are shining.
I have seen this many times but never sat down to work it all out. I ahd an excellent mechanic work for me who sorted it and the bike ran perfectly for years with lights off kickstart only.

you must create an earth off the regulator but I would need to have a good look at it all. you can't just do NOTHING.

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Ok Zaga if the two yellow wires from the stator is phases the blue should be (-) or ground?


And if you look at the wiring diagram that Damo W posted you see that black/white wire is
(-) or ground and the red wire supply the battery and the lights.
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