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New brushes rectifier and voltage regulator. The dynamo delivers 14V up to excactly 4000 rpm no charging over 4000rpm at all Do i need to change to rotor in the dynamo ?More likely: a) one of the new parts you put on is defective b) you put one (or more...) of them on wrongly If you had the rotor off, make sure it is properly back on and running concentric with the shaft. _Possibly_ it is running with a wobble and bouncing the brushes off the slip rings.,,,

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