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Voltage Regulator Rectifier Honda Motorcycles 1975-1987 (Goldwing Goldwing Aspencade Goldwing Interstate)

RM30403
RMSTATOR

Voltage Regulator Rectifier Honda Motorcycles 1975-1987 (Goldwing Goldwing Aspencade Goldwing Interstate)

RM30403
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

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.

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

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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

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.

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

Specifications

Number of wires : 8
Number of pins : 8
Bracket center to center: 80 mm
Thickness: 27 mm
Height: 80 mm

OEM # Replacement

31600-MG9-010
31700-371-000
31600-MG9-000

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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