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Thread: Running Total loss electrics on a trackbike

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    Default Re: Running Total loss electrics on a trackbike


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craigyboy9 View Post
    Finally got round to doing something about this charging system today. I’ve charged the battery and run the bike to get numbers for the stator. It’s giving out 20v across each phase at tick over and around 80v across each phase at 5000rpm. The service manual says it should be greater than 65v which it obviously is, but it’s well over that. Does the TRC think this is ok?
    Sounds OK at this point (you won't really tell until there's a load on them though). As long as they're higher than the the minimum output and equal to within a couple of V, then that's the best you can get for now.

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    Default Re: Running Total loss electrics on a trackbike

    Yeah seems to be ok now itís all rebuilt. Iím getting a regulated voltage at the battery of 15.3 volts. Itís within the range stated in the service manual 14.5-15.5, but it worries me a bit. More investigations required I think.

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