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1982 Honda CB750F - Super Sport

Electrosport Generator Rotor

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Electrosport Generator Rotor

Product Description

Brand new replacement rotor for the alternator system on CB650F, the CB750F, the CB900F and CB900C Honda models between the years 1979 and 1983. The Honda OEM rotors of these years are prone to failure and ElectroSport developed a high quality replacement rotor for these models.

  • This rotor is a direct replacement for the OEM rotor, and it comes with a full one year warranty.
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big0nate Over 8 months ago Location: washingotn
Why doesn't my bike batetry charge?
i bought this generator rotor for my 79 Honda cb750 k, but now i have no charging volts. with the old one that i thought was broken i had 13 which isn't enough to charge my bike and let it rev. now with the new one i only have 12. even less than before. what happened?
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
Here is what Electrosport had to say. "Maybe the rotor is bad. Check the resistance of the rotor by measuring between the two copper slip rings. It should be right about 5.3 ohms. If it is, then you probably have a broken regulator, which could be tested by bypassing the regulator circuit."
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