off and then re-start, the bike won't start with 12.37V showing on the battery. Could it be the regulator/rectifier then?Hope someone can help as jump starting all the time is a real pain in the Nick it "should" show 13.5v - 13.8v to be a properly
WITH the confusion over the EU Type Approval Regulations and severals MEPs voicing concerns, the BMF travelled to Brussels last week to clarify the motorcyclist's case.The well reported issue regarding the Type Approval Regulation has seen MP
regulator is a BMW F650 one, or another cheapy would be one of the old Rotax engined MZ bikes.All the bestKeith Isn't the motor a version of the Yam XTZ? Try electrex if you get stuck Kneerly Down wroteIsn't the motor a version of the Yam XTZ? No
of the fire risk.seems this apply's to bikes but not to cars kept in timber garages..are there any experts here who could give me some ammo to use against them..im in westlothian since regulations seem to differ between counties...cheers ....Sam why have you
measure by a. n. other kwak regulator.Assuming the long journey killed this one, I have acquired a proper ZX6 one.I need to fit this tomorrow, in preperation for another 300 miles journey next week.Assuming I manage the hitherto untried task of stripping
anyone know how to wire a Regulator/Rectifier to a ec 250?
As the title says, need a voltage regulator/rectifier for a VTR.Cheers, Dan.
Regulator/rectifier wanted for an injection R6, urgently as cant get one from dealers until end of next week and am going awy for easter on the bike! Please leave a post or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pal of mine has a shot regulator/rectifier on his CCM. 60-70 squid for a new one. Will another 12V regulator from another bike be suitable or will he have to buy the genuine thing? He's pretty hard up, so a one from a breaker would suit him fine
Pal of mine has a shot regulator/rectifier on his CCM. 60-70 squid for a new one. Will another 12V regulator from another bike be suitable or will he have to buy the genuine thing? 60-70 seems very reasonable to me.Honda charge £175 for a genuine
Become a fan of Visordown
Follow us on twitter
Other Immediate Media Sites
Our eCommerce Platform
© Immediate Media Company Ltd 2012. This website is owned and published by Immediate Media Company Limited. www.immediatemedia.co.uk