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Old 10-09-2010, 04:29 PM
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Old 10-09-2010, 05:35 PM
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Nice idea Mark. You could go one step farther and add a connector so the seat/battery could be removed easy. Also, the seats from the the 4strokes have anadditional recess molded into the seat base for even more space if needed.
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Old 10-09-2010, 06:24 PM
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Nice. I did think about it and will probably end up doing that as the wires have fractured from behind the soldered , crimped lugs once already.
So far though the battery setup has been faultless and weighs bugger all.
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Old 10-10-2010, 07:45 AM
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Here is how I installed the battery in my 2002 EC300.

I made a box out of some scrap Carbon Fiber tube I got at work.

And I mounted the Rectifier/Regulator to the box.
I also included the pigtail from a BatteryTender charger. So I can just
plug it in without removing the seat if I want to charge it at home.
I installed a toggle switch in the gage cluster, although I did not take a picture
of the finished work, for a main power switch.

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Old 10-20-2010, 10:36 PM
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Thanks for the pics guys and all the help. I ended up mounting attached the seat, fits really well.

I don't know for sure yet because I haven't had a chance to put a meter to it. But I am pretty sure my battery is not charging. If you look at my wiring diagram I have the white wire on the stator going to a yellow wire on the trailtech Rectifier/Regulator...but shouldn't I need a ground or reference for the AC side going into the Rec/Reg?
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Old 10-21-2010, 01:50 AM
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Hey Brian,
Check this link out.
http://trailtech.net/tech_support_stators.html
Between this link, the support there and the people on the forum I worked it out.
I have not checked but I reckon from memory that The black from RECREG(RR),went to battery then ground.
The red went to the positive of the battery and also through a fuse to lights etc.
The two yellows I reckon I hooked up to the white and the yellow.
As per trailtech diagram.
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Hmmm I thought I remember reading here that white and yellow are out of phase being connected to a different number of windings...

Time to reread that thread. Being that it is the only wire left it is the logical choice. I think if I hadn't spent so much time reading about this I would be done already....
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Old 10-21-2010, 11:25 AM
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As far as I know you don't want to hook both wires together to a light for example but when going into a rectifier the rectifier will just rectify the voltage on each phase.
The blue wire on the rec/reg is a current limiter which I did not use.
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By the way , I have done the floating ground mod on the stator though.
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