Oct 27, 2018 at 1:09 AM #1853
Up to now, I used a YAMAHA R1 regulator that works very well, but now it seems a little tired.
As I have many issues with HYOSUNG regulator (changed 3 times), I am afraid to mount another one, so I would like to know wether you can indicate me a reliable model in another mark (R1 is now difficult to find).
Thanks for your advices.
Oct 31, 2018 at 3:47 AM #1855
Nobody can answer me ?
Oct 31, 2018 at 7:17 AM #1856♠️ MARCELAdministrator
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You can always get this one which is used by many of us in UK
Then ill simply get supplier to send a 650 version.
If not, depending on your regrec plug type (some reg recs have split plugs.)
You may also consider
Electrosport for 650 and i believe electrosport still make stators for the hyosung also.
Be a good idea to browse the TECH section of this website for 650 manuals. Test your stator with a meter to make sure its operating withing spec
In US i believe there is a supplier that stocks shingden regulators but some may need some wire mods to mix with hyo wires (if they dont already have a conversion kit)
Yes R1 seems common for 650 but some reg recs may be china copies so lifespan is wild on those.
Hope this info helps!
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Oct 31, 2018 at 3:17 PM #1857
Thanks Marcel for your answer.
I checked my stator which provide 90 V at 4000 rpm on each of the three wires, so it’s in good running order.
Near my home, I can find some regulators made in Japan. For example, a R1 cost 159 € and the “same” model from Alibaba is about 25 €. That means there is a difference in quality. I think I will buy another one at 159 €. It’s quite expensive, but it’s worth it.
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