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Old 08-12-2014
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Originally Posted by jpgibson View Post
Not sure what you mean Nutty.Surely an AC flasher runs on AC. Had the same simonelli ( ? Right brand) on the 2010 gasgas ec300. No need for a rectifier, just a regulator.
Oh, my reg looked nothing like yours.
Jonathan is right with the gassys, they run a.c lighting with just a regulator on the early ones, they also changed to a rectifier for the horn only so just a normal d.c horn could be used. They did also run a a.c indicator relay but I have used a conventional thermal style instead.
Later non e start gassys ran a capacitor and a 'normal' regulator.
( I do realize the thread is about tm's but they do sound very similar.)
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Originally Posted by 1101101001 View Post
Very interesting.
First good news is that from what you are saying my alternator is (was) working OK.
Second good news if that i have 2 of those square reg/rec. One was on the bike when the lights went out and i have already bought a replacement one.
But since it cost me about 60Euro i was afraid to put it on with such high voltage values...

I will try.
Just for the record, TM doesn't use this type of reg/rec anymore. The new type as fitted to current TM 2T models is TM part#15109,comes with fitment instructions and has an Aussie RRP less than both items/suppliers suggested earlier in this thread.
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