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    I've had no problems with the new regulator to date. Battery seems happy.
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    Wish I saw this post a month ago before I settled on an AGM battery. This should be a sticky!
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    done......
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    Is there a MOSFET r/r that uses same footprint and mounting holes as a stock cb450sc? You mention this new one is a little larger.

    also, I wonder if some of the Chinese knockoffs they sell would work the same way? I probably already know the answer to that question, but $30 versus $130 is a big difference.
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    Chinese "series type" R/R from a decent maker (had shares in that Chongqing JV Link) : 25A Link 18A Link
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    No, you'll be able to use one of the hole I believe but not both. In my case I relocated the unit as you can see in the pictures to the outside much like the early CB400's were for better cooling.
    As for the Chinese knock offs? you get what you pay for. I've recently gone thru a similar situation with a front sprocket. Supposedly a NOS part for less than a new one, saved $7. Well in the end that $7 savings has cost me $1200 plus 3 weeks of down time in a strange town 3000 miles from home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longdistancerider View Post
    No, you'll be able to use one of the hole I believe but not both. In my case I relocated the unit as you can see in the pictures to the outside much like the early CB400's were for better cooling.
    As for the Chinese knock offs? you get what you pay for. I've recently gone thru a similar situation with a front sprocket. Supposedly a NOS part for less than a new one, saved $7. Well in the end that $7 savings has cost me $1200 plus 3 weeks of down time in a strange town 3000 miles from home.
    Where do you pull the signal from for the ignitech? I have seen others use a gm ignition control module to replace the stock setup and wonder if same can be done here

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    You use the original pickup and the harness connector to match what's supplied by Ignitech.
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    Sorry I guess I doble posted that question

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    hey dudes, trying to gather info for my cafe project to plan the work and parts... so you guys sayin stock regulator rectifier won't work right with LED headlight, tailight, signals? as in plug n play? do i need to buy some weird conversion device to run all the leds? original flasher ok or need something to flash the leds? readin weird effects experienced on here

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