Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator

Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator
Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator

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MissPiggy Verified Purchaser
Salt Lake City, UT, USA
Started right up.

Well made and works as designed. Upgraded the stater on a vintage supermoto build. Running one output to this regulator and up to my front light. Great steady power.

5 Questions
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zb27
Location: wivhita
Q: The voltage regulater is what sends the spark to the spark plug righ? I have no spark or electric current to the spark plug.?
Over 5 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 months ago
A: Electrical trouble shooting can be very tricky. The Coil, CDI, Stator, or even a bad kill switch could cause you to loose spark depending on that machine you have. I would recommend following the electrical trouble shooting steps in a service manual or having it checked by a certified mechanic.
SPNETO
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Brazil
Q: WR450F '2011 burning lamps?
2 years ago
Hello I would like know if this part solve my problem, my WR450F 2011 is burning my front light... I think my bike is generating power a lot... thanks...for answer.
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years ago
A: This Trail Tech AC Voltage Regulator may take care of your problem but there could be other issues. I would take it to a dealership and have a certified mechanic take a look at it. Or purchase a service manual to trouble shoot your electrical problem.
Mike
Q: I want to add a headlight and taillight to a 04 ttr125l what is everything i will need to buy to install an setup for it to work? An where to get?
2 years 2 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 2 months ago
A: Your bike must have a lighting stator to power the lights. The TTR does not have one stock. Once you have the lighting stator, you will need a battery and voltage regulator.
BrokenFang
Location: Virginia, USA
Q: Can i use this on a 81 xs 400?
2 years 9 months ago
this is a alernator that has a feild coil that needs to be powered not permant magnet, the ac to dc rectifier is already wired in to system
MotoSportExpert
Top 1 Contributor
2 years 2 months ago
A: No, this is a VOLTAGE REGULATOR. You can adjust the output from 12-14+v. It is shipped preset at 13.8VAC
thetallguy20
Q: I have a 1983 xr200. I want to add a head light to it.?
Over 3 years ago
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
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: 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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