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    Default Reg-rec replacement

    Anyone know of these and whether they are any good?
    http://www.psep.biz/store/ducati_mot..._regulator.htm

    Griff

    Ps I did note it does say 3 phase, but I believe they have single phase

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    Hey Griff,

    I don't know if the reg/rec is any good. BUT.... I used to order parts from that store and I no longer order parts from that store. Why? Do you ask.. Because every time my order was messed up or failed to ship. These were parts for my business equipment... so it was no fun waiting on them to show up or never showing up. I have since found another reputable vendor.

    Just thought I'd let you know.

    Robert

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    Thanks for that Robert. I suppose if they can't get their web page together, what else is going to go wrong.

    griff

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    Hi Griff

    Phil at Road and Race does a good line in new and reconditioned regulators, good prices and a quick response.

    Cheers
    Nigel (& Claire)

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    Thanks I'll give him a call, I have to order some main jets and barrel base gaskets from him this week anyway. I have found an original on Ebay from a 91 with low mileage, for bugger all, but its early days on the auction.

    Griff

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    these guys are supposed to be very good, and with the pound taking a huge dump lately they're good prices too.

    http://www.electrexworld.co.uk/

    paul.

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    city auto electrics - 03 9350 6677. get a big shindengan.
    Brad The Bike Boy

    www.bikeboy.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by loony888 View Post
    these guys are supposed to be very good, and with the pound taking a huge dump lately they're good prices too.

    http://www.electrexworld.co.uk/

    paul.
    There's cheap prices and then there's a reliable reg/rec, I used to swear by the RR51's...
    Try a search on this forum for my experiences with the Electrex RR51's.
    There's also been a recent thread on them on Mike C's 851/888 list, the lad has got exactly the same problems that I had with them, I've used them on 3 of my Ducati's, but after a couple of failures and friends also suffering the same I've now moved onto the 916 Shindengen units.
    If I hadn't had a Lascar volt meter fitted, I wouldn't have realised that they were over charging until it was too late and I could of had a Griff type moment!

    Steve R

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    I fitted a volt meter also after having my battery go flat while riding the SP4 in the inner city. The problem was on a hot day the rad. fan would turn on and with the headlight on it would only put out 11 volts in slow traffic/ low rpm's. If I turn the headlight off I could get 12+ volts-- had to be on the freeway at higher rpm's to get 13+ with the light on (speeding ticket range). But this was after I had fitted a new regulator,still going flat, then pulled the stator and had it checked at the generator/starter repair shop down the block-- checked out good so I fitted the volt gauge to see what was going on when riding. When in the city I can see when to turn the light off to keep the volts up, not had a no start since. Travis
    Last edited by erthmvr888; 04-13-2010 at 05:35 PM.

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    Default shindengen

    The big Brad mentioned is probably the FH012AA.
    Like in this thread:
    http://www.ducati.ms/forums/80-hall-...-problems.html

    Another on this Forum:
    http://www.ducati851and888.com/showt...ght=shindengen

    Another:
    http://www.ducatiperformance.com/duc...-p-124607.html
    Can`t find f which model, tho.
    Last edited by greenmonster; 11-01-2010 at 01:00 PM.

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