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Booboo

Rectifier on 2000 vfr 800

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4 hours ago, Booboo said:

Is there a simple fix to this problem so i can just buy and change before something happens . Theres topic  everywhere but cant tell what to get

Hi ok I'll jump in ... 

First what is the mileage on your bike and do you have a multimeter?

Next... follow the drill and dont half assed it, gimme numbers... 

Then, its worth it to get a FH020aa for the 5th gen and install from there. 

Based on your stator data whether to get a new stator or not.... 

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22 hours ago, mello dude said:

Hi ok I'll jump in ... 

First what is the mileage on your bike and do you have a multimeter?

Next... follow the drill and dont half assed it, gimme numbers... 

Then, its worth it to get a FH020aa for the 5th gen and install from there. 

Based on your stator data whether to get a new stator or not.... 

Hello, bike has 20k on it and voltage is fine. I just figured id change before anything happens.  Should i just monitor the voltage and if its goes high than change.  Thank you 

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2 hours ago, Booboo said:

Hello, bike has 20k on it and voltage is fine. I just figured id change before anything happens.  Should i just monitor the voltage and if its goes high than change.  Thank you 

 

Best thing to do would be to install a digital voltmeter up front so you can watch the trend of what is going on. 

Lots of great ideas in this thread.

 

 

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