• Honda
    • CB Series Motorcycle:
      • Generally a failed CB regulator rectifier is caused by a failed rotor. If your CB has a rotor, its best to replace the rotor, or else you will continue to damage your regulator rectifiers.  The reading between the copper rings on your rotor should read between 3.5 - 5 OHMs.We will not be liable for these sort of instances
      • 1983-1986 Honda Nighthawk CB650SC , CB700SC, and 1983 Honda CB550 nighthawk rebuilt stator check test: From wht to blk wire, should read 4-5 OHMs.  There should be continuity between all 3 yellow wires, but no continuity to ground. 

 

  • Kawasaki
    • Bayou 300
      • If you are replacing your CDI unit (iginitor), you should replace your regulator rectifier in order not to burn out further CDI units. Bayou CDI units are OEM kawasaki products, which do not have any type of warranty. You will find the same no warranty coverage on at your local Kawasaki ATV dealer, or any other ATV or motorcycle shop around the country.
  • Yamaha
    • XS series
      • Generally a failed XS regulator rectifier is caused by a failed rotor. If your XS has a rotor, its best to replace the rotor, or else you will continue to damage your regulator rectifiers. We will not be liable for these sort of instance
      • KZ Late 70s & early 80s. If you received part 304 for your KZ, and the connector looks different, you can cut the plug off and hard wire it: Yellow -> yellow, red/wht -> red/wht, blk -> blk. The orginal brown wire on your rectifier would no longer apply, and it can be capped off. 

 

  • MISC: Please look at your OEM regulator rectifier connectors prior to purchasing new one. We are not responsible for purchasing the incorrect regulator rectifier.