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Old 12-26-2012, 10:21 PM   #16
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Try this manual here to see if it's listed:

http://www.ktm-parts.com/pdf/TechBul...Connectors.pdf
Couldn't find the exact connector KTM uses on the LC8's but that is a GREAT source of information. Thanks a lot for that David. I'd like to share this link on Orange Crush as well and i hope you don't mind me doing so.
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Old 01-01-2013, 03:09 PM   #17
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Shindengen kit link

Here is the link to the Shindengen conversion kit:

http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-f700gs-f800gs


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Old 02-04-2013, 01:33 PM   #18
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Here is the link to the Shindengen conversion kit:

http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-f700gs-f800gs
I sent you a private message, could you check it? thanks.
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Old 05-22-2013, 06:33 AM   #19
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Hello, I sell a universal SHINDENGEN MOSFET FH020AA REGULATOR/RECTIFIER KITS.
Works with all 12-volt systems with a 2 or 3 wire stator can handle up to 50amp max 30amp continuous.
The kits I sell are currently all universal. In the future I may make up some bike specific kits if needed. We have had very good luck with the universal kit. It comes with complete instructions. I'm here to answer any questions you have here on the ADV forum,there is also more info on my website.
Kits sell for $121.00 on my website here is a link http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com/

Can you tell me if this system will work on a '94 KTM 620 EXC? It's odd that it's a 3 phase generator, but part of the 3 phase stays AC and runs the ignition, and some of the 3 phase gets rectified to DC.

I've already bought a universal R/R for single phase AC and it didnt' work.

Any help would be great! I'll send you a PM as well - I really need to get this bike back on the road.

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What's the difference between this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...r-w-connectors

and this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-rectifier-kit



Is the only difference in the more expensive one the extra wires, connectors and fuse block? Is the R/R itself the same?

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Old 05-23-2013, 06:28 AM   #20
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Can you tell me if this system will work on a '94 KTM 620 EXC? It's odd that it's a 3 phase generator, but part of the 3 phase stays AC and runs the ignition, and some of the 3 phase gets rectified to DC.

I've already bought a universal R/R for single phase AC and it didnt' work.

Any help would be great! I'll send you a PM as well - I really need to get this bike back on the road.

Thanks,
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ETA:
What's the difference between this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...r-w-connectors

and this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-rectifier-kit



Is the only difference in the more expensive one the extra wires, connectors and fuse block? Is the R/R itself the same?
Could you post a picture of the R/R on your 640.... The R/R are really generic, and as long as you dont go down in capacity. Ie... your old one was capable of 40 amps, the new one....only 30 amps, then you should be able to cross brand them. I am not aware of any AC that does not get rectified to DC....
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:59 AM   #21
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Well, here's what it's supposed to look like:



But, that's not what was on my bike when I got it. Judging by the part number, it came off a honda NS125 or a 300 atv.



I can scan in the electrical schematic if you'd like, but I assure you that half the generated current remains AC and goes directly to the ignition coil. This bike is weird that it needs no battery and non of the other electrical to run. Three of the wires go directly from the generator to the coil, and 3 go to the RR. It's odd and proving to be a PITA!

Not sure if it makes a difference, but mine is a 620, not a 640. I know there are a lot of similarities between the two, but I'm pretty sure the 640 needs some juice from the battery to run. My 620 will happily start with the battery disconnected.
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Old 05-23-2013, 04:19 PM   #22
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Can you tell me if this system will work on a '94 KTM 620 EXC? It's odd that it's a 3 phase generator, but part of the 3 phase stays AC and runs the ignition, and some of the 3 phase gets rectified to DC.

I've already bought a universal R/R for single phase AC and it didnt' work.

Any help would be great! I'll send you a PM as well - I really need to get this bike back on the road.

Thanks,
Gravity





ETA:
What's the difference between this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...r-w-connectors

and this:
http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-rectifier-kit



Is the only difference in the more expensive one the extra wires, connectors and fuse block? Is the R/R itself the same?

Thanks for asking, my r/r kit will not work on your model we have tried this on some similar snow mobiles with your type of system with no luck it is a very proprietary system.
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:04 PM   #23
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Thanks for the reply. I think I have found a solution, to my particular electrical woes. Or so I hope!
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Thanks for the reply. I think I have found a solution, to my particular electrical woes. Or so I hope!
Wow.... your right.... Strange setup. Hopefully you will get it sorted.
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Old 05-28-2013, 03:35 PM   #25
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Here is the link to the Shindengen conversion kit:

http://motoelectrixcom.myshopify.com...-f700gs-f800gs

Does this fit the F650GS single as well or just the twin?
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