Images Illustrate Actual Item and All Necessary Components. Battery condition is extremely important. No voltage regulator can work correctly with a bad or weak battery.Always fully charge your battery before performing any charging system tests or replacing parts. If there is any doubt, have the battery load tested or replaced. Please note that there are multiple regulators for some Triumph vehicles. Bonneville 2017 to 2020 : This part will only fit on Bonneville with a VIN HIGHER than 513325. Thruxton from 2008 to 2020 This part will only fit Thruxton with a VIN HIGHER than 513322. If your vehicle has a VIN inferior to 513321, refer to OEM T1300890.
Please always compare your original part to our photos, before purchasing. Brand new voltage regulator rectifier.
Direct replacement to your original unit. Plug-and-play, direct fit, easy installation.
The Quality exceeds the OEM equipment. Improved heat sink and charging capabilities. Beware, Arctic Cat split the year on certain models; the RM30405 replaces OEM parts #3430-037 and #3430-016.
All item pictures are accurate, if in doubt do not hesitate and compare our item to your original part. 3430-016 3430-037 T1300819 3430-072 T1300888 T1300889 T1300890. Dimensions : Width : 80mm Length : 115mm Height: 54mm Fixation holes center to center : 80mm Wires length: 275mm. Other specifications : Number of plugs : 1 Number of pins : 5 Minimum Charging Voltage: 14.5V +/- 0.5V Maximum Charging Current: 25A-35A/300W-500W Open Circuit Voltage. BEWARE: Arctic Cat split the year on certain models; the RM30405 replaces OEM parts #3430-037 and #3430-016.The 1996 and early-1997 454 Bearcat 4x4 has a different plug. You need to install the harness-side included connector on your vehicule. Please following the color code supplied at the end of this page. Color code for 1996 and early-1997 454 Bearcat 4x4 harness-side connector : The 3 Black wires to the 3 Yellow's Black/Red to Red Black/White to Green. This is the 1996 and early-1997 harness plug. Before installing your new regulator/rectifier. Check the AC output of the stator. Replace any burned or corroded connectors on stator and regulator/rectifier. Check and repair any melted wiring.
Use hi-temp dielectric grease on all connectors. More than 20 years of assisting mechanics around the world resolving the worst electrical problems made us know our stuff.
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