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Rick’s Motorsport Electrics has been manufacturing motorcycle, ATV, & UTV charging components for over 30 years. This new unit combines your bike’s separate rectifier and regulator into one modern unit that is perfect for custom café racers! This is designed to plug into the stock wiring harness. All Rick’s regulator rectifier come with a one year replacement warranty.
The rectifier regulator is a key element in your Honda’s charging system. Many older vehicles, such as your Honda, relied on older field-excited charging circuits that utilized a separate rectifier and regulator. Rick’s Motorsport Electrics has developed a part that merges the two outdated components into a single solid-state device with modern technology..
Connecting the regulator - the 3 single wires with spade terminals are meant to be plugged in at the same location as the color coded wires going to the OE regulator.
Connecting the rectifier - Disconnect the 6-position, 5 wire connector from the OE rectifier & plug the identical connector on the 10-100 in its place.
The 10-100 regulator is connected to the harncss via the 3 single wires with spade terminals (these plug into the wires that originally were going to the tabs on the OE regulator). The color code remains the same. The 10-100 rectifier plugs into the harness at the same location as the OE rectifier.
Rick’s Motorsport makes a variety of parts for your vintage bikes - check them out here!
|1972 CB350F Supersport|
|1973 CB350F Supersport|
|1974 CB350F Supersport|
|1975 CB750F Supersport|
|1976 CB750F Supersport|
|1977 CB750F Supersport|
|1978 CB750F Supersport|
|1969 CB750K SOHC|
|1970 CB750K SOHC|
|1971 CB750K SOHC|
|1972 CB750K SOHC|
|1973 CB750K SOHC|
|1974 CB750K SOHC|
|1975 CB750K SOHC|
|1976 CB750K SOHC|
|1977 CB750K SOHC|
|1978 CB750K SOHC|