My bike has one, but has a lot of wires cut off it bike was bought 2nd hand without any lights , is it still possible to use the kit if I do some soldering? Buy some proper bullet terminals, rubber seals and a proper crimping tool. As you rev it up, the horn would get louder, same with the lights. Buy some proper bullet terminals, rubber seals and a proper crimping tool. This is highly recommended for any bike that lacks a battery or it's own regulator. Any help with this is greatly appreciated!! Q: I have some questions on your dual sport kits.
This is at the front of the bike. Our credit card processing is done on secure servers by. How many phases does your stator have?? One white is like, one is ground? We can also handle your order by phone, email, or postal mail if you are not comfortable entering your card information online or wish to pay with a check or money order. First run power to the horn then connect the pink wire to the other horn terminal. Don't connect it to the position light as it could be powered by the switch and wires and will burn out the contacts if you overload it. Photo 2 - This is the bundle that is under the seat on top of the air box.
By having the oil tank high up it means that the oil pressure pump will always have a good stream of oil from which to pull. Do I need other parts, like a lighting coil, to install the speedometer? Can you deliver parts to Finland? I have no idea how stators work so I'm just throwing out straight up guesses. Drove out to RickyStator yesterday and picked up my new stator, rectifier, and battery pack. Can some one help me out?? There will only be 2 wires. You never mentioned anything about a battery in your summary, you don't have a battery do you? Maybe someone that knows about this stuff will answer. When a plate is just too heavy! Also, if I were to try to change the gearing to have a higher top speed for the highway, what would I need? Thanks everyone for the responses! Sounds like your replacement light is a brake light only. Power should go to the horn first then to the switch.
This would be the ground. You'll probably be fine unless you're plonking along while using everything. Pushing the horn button connects it to ground completing the circuit. How many wires You could make a switch so your headlight and light bar work alternatively. Q: I was wondering what kind of wiring the Vapor unit has that has to be hooked up. Oil is circulated through the top end of the motor, across the crank, and into the transmission. If it helps, solid green is always earth.
From what you describe I am fairly confident that your stator is fine and your pulse coil sounds ok too. A friend of mine mentioned running a lead from the battery directly to the horn and then attaching a kill switch that would complete the circuit by supplying the ground. Also it's a kick start as you know. The manufacturer has a good troubleshooting technical department. If I purchase the universal dual sport conversion kit you sell, what else do I need? This will of course blow out your lights if it is not regulated. Q: I wanted to know how much wattage your handlebar switch and mini-handlebar switch will handle for the headlight.
A: If your stator has only one output wire then it is internally grounded. Also, I noticed that it says that the bike needs a lighting coil. We recommend only people familiar with electrical work attempt to make their own harness. I'd call them tomorrow and see if thy can give you the answer or better yet give you a diagram for their setup. The resistors will generate some heat so make sure you mount them where they can get airflow. Seems I need to get a replacement switch that works as expected. Bike specific subs: Local Forums My bike has had electrical issues since I bought it nearly two years ago.
I don't think your stator can handle your headlight and your light bar at the same time. Even my 10 year old, shot battery was enough of a voltage buffer to keep the system going. A standard headlight bulb would die quickly with power to both beams on high. If it isn't those it must be a faulty cdi. Photo 4 - This has a crappy fix that I will make right.
Would this put a drain on the battery even though it is not a complete circuit until the kill switch is pressed? The diagrams that I can find are so low res that it is hard to zoom in and still determine what the wire colors are. That means you can safely run a 35 watt headlight and a standard 15 watt taillight 50 watts total. A: I need a little more information to give you a good answer. Edit: Just ripped apart my dad's stock 650 to look at the wiring, it looks like his stator has 6 of my 8 wires, mine has two whites extra but other than that they're the same. A: It is a common mistake to wire the horn backwards. A: It is an additional coil that mounts to the stator plate under the flywheel. The stators with one wire have the second wire internally grounded - so you just use ground as the second wire.
If you going to do this job, please do I properly. Or will your kit get me up and running with just the kit? A: As far as the lighting coil goes you just need a source of 12 volt power. . Will I need to modify my bike at all? Just note, Honda bullets are an obscure size so you might have to replace the female connectors on the bike. Battery has one red with a dual female bullet connection, one opening connects to the Harness battery connection, and the other opening connects to the Red wire from the Rectifier Battery Black has a dual female bullet connector, One opening connects to the Black on the rectifier, the other grounds to frame.