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Voltage regulator shows 10.5 @ idle and 11@ 2400rpm 12 @ 3000rpms

Voltage swings causing batt drainage

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  • alanrdry Jan 22, 2009

    I will do that and thanks.



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Hello Alan,
This is a common fault with H.D. regulators, I would be trying an aftermarket uprated one, there are many out there to choose from and I wouldn't personally advise a particular manufacturer just see what your local Bro's think.
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