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Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator

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Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator

Product Description

  • Improved AC Regulator with adjustable output.
  • Universal voltage regulator limits voltage to 12.0 - 16.0 volts for AC systems (DC systems require a regulator / rectifier.)
  • Conditions circuit to eliminate electrical spikes, protect from lamp blow-outs, and reduce flicker and dimming.
  • Included in Trail Tech plug-and-play high-output AC electrical systems with model-specific connectors; no cutting or splicing required.
  • Designed and manufactured by Trail Tech.

"Dial-a-Brightness" for halogen and quartz lights:

  • At 14+ VAC setting, the lamps will approach HID lumens (~70%) but lamp life is short (good for racing); ~25 hour lamp life.
  • At standard setting, about 13.8 VAC, the lamps should last about 500 hours.
  • At minimum setting, the lamps are not as bright as HID (~30%), but last over 1,000 hours.
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thetallguy20 Over 8 months ago
I have a 1983 xr200. I want to add a head light to it.?
what parts do I need in order to make the light work properly? I looked online to see what differences there are between the xr200 and the 200r, and i havent gotten anywhere. the 200r cam with a headlight stock. if you could help me out htat would be awesome. thank you
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
First you are going to need to find the lighting coil from a 200r model. They use the same cover so it will just bolt in. Unfortunately that item is no longer available from Honda so you are going to have to find a good used one in working order. The next step would be your wiring which can vary if you would like switched power or if you would just like the light to run whenever the bike is on. You can do custom wiring from the harness on the lighting coil or you could try to find the harness from a 200R. I would check on parts availability of each item before tackling this project as the parts are not available new any longer.
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