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Voltage Regulator Rectifier Kawasaki 1984-1993 (Ninja Eliminator Vulcan Zephyr) ATV 1986-1991 (Bayou)

RM30001
RMSTATOR

Voltage Regulator Rectifier Kawasaki 1984-1993 (Ninja Eliminator Vulcan Zephyr) ATV 1986-1991 (Bayou)

RM30001
RMSTATOR

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Price: US$89.00

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Brand new voltage regulator rectifier

  • Direct replacement to your original unit.
  • Plug-and-play, direct fit, easy installation.
  • No assembly required
  • The Quality exceeds the OEM equipment
  • Improved heat sink and charging capabilities
  • Higher grade of electric components.
  • All products shipped are tested
  • One year limited warranty

*All item pictures are accurate, if in doubt do not hesitate and compare our item to your original part.

We have even included the opposite connector (main harness side) as we know these are often melted/corroded/defective and a major cause for repetitive electrical issues.

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Brand new voltage regulator rectifier

  • Direct replacement to your original unit.
  • Plug-and-play, direct fit, easy installation.
  • No assembly required
  • The Quality exceeds the OEM equipment
  • Improved heat sink and charging capabilities
  • Higher grade of electric components.
  • All products shipped are tested
  • One year limited warranty

*All item pictures are accurate, if in doubt do not hesitate and compare our item to your original part.

We have even included the opposite connector (main harness side) as we know these are often melted/corroded/defective and a major cause for repetitive electrical issues.

Specifications

Number of pins : 6
Bracket center to center 70 mm
Thickness 25 mm
Height 85 mm

OEM # Replacement

21066-1055
21066-1101

Fits models

Installation instructions

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.

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