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Old 03-10-2011, 05:57 PM
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Originally Posted by dietDrThunder View Post
My only issue is that I can't run all of that on together...not enough juice to keep the battery charged.
Try to find yourself an FH012AA regulator from a yamaha R1 or similar.

Grab two cables from a company called "eastern beaver"

Then fit it to your bike in place of the OEM regulator and cables.

Have just done this to my blackbird.

Now seeing 14.4v at tickover and 14.6v at anything above 2000rpm

Best mod i have done in a long time.
 
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Old 03-12-2011, 04:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Dean0 View Post
Try to find yourself an FH012AA regulator from a yamaha R1 or similar.

Grab two cables from a company called "eastern beaver"

Then fit it to your bike in place of the OEM regulator and cables.

Have just done this to my blackbird.

Now seeing 14.4v at tickover and 14.6v at anything above 2000rpm

Best mod i have done in a long time.

Well thats another job on the ever growing list lol
 
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Old 03-15-2011, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Dean0 View Post
Try to find yourself an FH012AA regulator from a yamaha R1 or similar.

Grab two cables from a company called "eastern beaver"

Then fit it to your bike in place of the OEM regulator and cables.

Have just done this to my blackbird.

Now seeing 14.4v at tickover and 14.6v at anything above 2000rpm

Best mod i have done in a long time.
Wow great advice! Would you mind posting up a little more detain re: the cables?
 
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Which cables exactly??
 
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Old 03-17-2011, 05:55 PM
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Sorry guys - been travelling and not had much time to myself for surfin the net.

Look here - R/R Connectors

You need a PART "A" battery cable and a PART "B" generator cable

Then it becomes virtually a plug and play install
 
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Hey guys,

thread revival here to ascertain whether or not it would be possible to simply plug these in (after cutting the two bottom tabs of course) and should be fine?

H4 LED 60W Cree 6000LM CAR Xenon White Headlight Lamp High LOW KIT Globes Bulbs | eBay

Or if too complex given the additional power requirement for the built in rear fans on the globes, how about these? :-

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/H4-GREAD-...item339c824ba4


Both above linked sets are pulling no more than 60w so should be fine?
 

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Old 08-11-2015, 10:18 AM
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Wow - there I am minding my own business after having given up on bikes (Yes sad I know) and moved to the other side of the world and all of a sudden this pops into my mailbox!

To answer your question as best I can (and it has been 9 years and I can barely remember what I had for breakfast) ....

The bike has never had a great power output electricity wise so I'd be wary of increasing the load even by 5w per globe - the second link would work fine, but it was so easy to actually install a full bi xenon hid kit (And they have come down a lot in price) that you should prob just do that.

BTW "Hi Everyone "
 
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Old 08-21-2015, 05:47 AM
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Harry T. OMG a voice from the past, what's happening in your life and how is Victoria Aus treating you?

It's a nice part of the world, but you need to watch out for the Police in that part of the world. Certainly, from the news we see on this side of the Tassie, they are probably more corrupt than the motorcycle gangs.
 
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