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Non-Technical Discussion / EH Chopper
« Last post by franknsr on August 21, 2017, 07:07:21 pm »
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https://compufire.com/compu-fire-55402-voltage-regulator-for-compu-fire-3phase-systems.html.

I saw them on ebay $155 shipped.  I paid about this amount then also purchased matching weather pack connector in lieu of reusing stock EH connector
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Just an FYI.....Compufire 55402 bolts onto existing bracket and all you do is splice wire or as i did buy a mating weather pack connector and you have a nice non shunt based regulator.  These can be purchased for $155.20 no shipping.  This unloads stator for longer life.  Why buy foreign parts for more money?  Rated at 40 amps made in USA.  Another USA manufacturer of non shunt regulators is Cycle Electric in Ohio.  Their 600 series regulators are 3 phase non shunt.  Made in USA.
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http://roadstercycle.com/#SH847_SERIES_RR_KITS_ARE_NOW_AVAILABLE_

SH847 SERIES R/R KITS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!
A lot of people are calling these the stator savers!
The series R/Rs do run the stators 100% cooler !


From Jack ..
The SH847 is a series R/R that does not shunt to ground.
Iíve bench tested these against a stock R/R,  100 degrees cooler on the stator windings
in identical tests.  Itís on my website if you want to see it. 
If you need better dimensions I have a drawing I can send tomorrow.

Jack Fleming
www.roadstercycle.com
17252 Hawthorne Blvd. 222
Torrance, Ca 90504
310.766.5222



SH847 series  This is the newest R/R from Shindengen ...
The same people who built the FH020AA and FH012AA so you know the quality is there.

These are 50 amp peak models that have been tested on the Rotax motored
Buell and Aprilia models and have been working great.

They have been running these on the 600 Ducati with no issues.
These are scarce but I have a pretty good line on them now. They go fast.

Again remember I can can make these harnesses any length!
Check the highlighted areas above for add on wire lengths for battery and stator. 
Battery wires are 36" and stator wires are 12" that come in the stock kit.

The dimensions of the SH847 are as follows. 1.5" thick, W 4.75" x L 4.75" 
Bolt holes center to center 4.0" Bolt holes are 2" from the non-connector side end.

Remember that stator leads can go any which way there is no polarity.
Also, the wire I use is tin covered copper marine grade wire which solders awesome.
Also, if you order a SH847 I bench test them all before they leave the shop.
The SH847 and shipping is expensive and there is no returns!

CIRCUIT BREAKERS ONLY AVAILABLE NOW.

THE NEW SH847 SUPER KITS ARE $199.95
plus $9.85 shipping and insurance.
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Technical Resource Discussion / Re: Regulator upgrade
« Last post by rt66john on July 31, 2017, 11:58:14 am »
John,
Did you buy the updated cables?
Our DWS was the worst.... cables came undone all the time.... I ended up soldering the bolts/screws in place...
The OEM cables are apparently too stiff, and vibrate from engine....   I've replaced on 2 of our X's... no more problems...
Bruce


They're on my list, but might move closer to the top.
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Motorcycle Events, Rallies, Rides, etc... / Re: Sturgis
« Last post by wytfut on July 29, 2017, 07:54:43 am »
I don't know the actual real count....
BUT Chuck Barness will be there for sure.... he pretty much goes every year. Doubtful he'll bring the X, as he bought a Victory a year or so ago....
Ol' Mac will be at Wylies Casino in Central City on Tuesday (unofficial X gathering)... and he always has his X there (G/O)....

I'm sure there will be others.....   radomly...
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Technical Resource Discussion / Re: Regulator upgrade
« Last post by wytfut on July 29, 2017, 07:51:13 am »
John,
Did you buy the updated cables?
Our DWS was the worst.... cables came undone all the time.... I ended up soldering the bolts/screws in place...
The OEM cables are apparently too stiff, and vibrate from engine....   I've replaced on 2 of our X's... no more problems...
Bruce
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Non-Technical Discussion / Rider Magazine article on E H
« Last post by uncle john on July 28, 2017, 06:06:06 pm »
You may wish to check out the "Retrospective" feature on the Excelsior-Henderson in the September 2017 Rider Magazine.  I thought they gave a equitable history of the Super X.
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Technical Resource Discussion / Re: Regulator upgrade
« Last post by rt66john on July 28, 2017, 03:28:03 pm »
Frank,

I'm glad it has worked out so far.  An issue I'm having this year is the screws on the battery working loose often.  You may want to check the battery terminals often if you ran the wires the same way I did.
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