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    ebay regulator/rectifier

    Hi Guys,
    Just wondering if anybody has had any experience with regulator/rectifiers bought off ebay.
    A mechanic just told me it would be $180 for a new one yet i see them on ebay for roughly $40.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    Hey,
    im not sure about their quality
    but for something like a reg/rec i wouldnt be buying it off ebay no matter how cheap

    eclipze is your man
    pretty sure he sells them

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    definately eclipze

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    This is Eclipze's website.

    He seems to be out of stock at the moment, but when he has them he sells CBR regulator/rectifiers for $30 + $9 postage and handling with next day delivery.

    Buy a Shift-I while you're there. You won't regret it. He won't even charge you any extra for postage.

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    Eclipze is out of stock permanently I also hit him up recently about these. I was going to look on ebay for one but I am a bit hesitant.

    I think for $40 it would be worth a try though. If it died on a long journey it would be the worst case, and a new battery would be another bad case.

    Any other damage a faulty reg/rec could do?

    If the ebay ones work, money well spent, if not, worth a shot is my opinion.

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    Yeah... unfortunately none left. No getting any more, as I nearly lost my money bringing in the last lot. I have made subsequent inquiries and looked for alternatives... but nothing I'm happy with yet.

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    Quote Originally Posted by Eclipze
    Yeah... unfortunately none left. No getting any more, as I nearly lost my money bringing in the last lot. I have made subsequent inquiries and looked for alternatives... but nothing I'm happy with yet.
    Whats your opinion on the ebay recs mate?

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    Quote Originally Posted by roobars
    Whats your opinion on the ebay recs mate?
    Good and bad. As with anything, you tend to hear mostly bad reports with such parts, simply because it typical people only speak about it because it's an issue. Rather than those blissfully unaware people, that installed it and forgot about it, because it's no longer a problem.

    Otherwise... it's difficult to say. There could be some good ones hit the market then a period of bad ones. Pretty cheap, so keep that in mind. Ideally, if it failed you'd take it back for a replacement. But I wouldn't expect any such service from an ebayer in China... typically they just ignore those emails - unless perhaps you can threaten with negative feedback and they care enough hahaa...

    You could always consider the chances that buying 2 or 3 of them worst case, you'd still be ahead of the $180 Honda ones... if it come to that. Heck... buy 2 at the same time... if the first works good for a month, sell the other on ebay or here. If you want to spend more, then perhaps one off a different bike would be the next cost effective choice.

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    hey cant you do a swap with the older R1's??


    i remeber reading that it was almost a straight swap

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    RE: ebay regulator/rectifier

    if its the same voltage and size(for fitting) my gixxy k6 runs a k5 1000 regulator and no dramas!

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