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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-21-2017, 08:53 PM Thread Starter
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turismo rectifier replacement

I really love the turismo, but its seem to challenge me all the time. Few months ago, the origin rectifier die, so I search for a replacement of rectifier, contact so many time with factory, but seem like no one working anymore, so no reply. I am on my own. Finally I found a compatible rectifier for replacement made in china.


I can not save the pictures from this websire. The new rectifier, its work great after 1500k and many months later. The price is so cheap and compatible with yamaha... many other motorcycle. The BS battery works great after rectifier install, the bike smoother, all pump sound silently.
https://www.aliexpress.com/item-img/...b206486z5tocK#

Just share, in case someone get no support like me.
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-22-2017, 12:35 AM
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thanks for sharing with us....

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Thank you for sharing. Is this plug-in and go, or did you need to adapt it to connect? It seems that the 'old Italian electrics' inadequacies are still present...

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I really love the turismo, but its seem to challenge me all the time. Few months ago, the origin rectifier die, so I search for a replacement of rectifier, contact so many time with factory, but seem like no one working anymore, so no reply. I am on my own. Finally I found a compatible rectifier for replacement made in china.


I can not save the pictures from this websire. The new rectifier, its work great after 1500k and many months later. The price is so cheap and compatible with yamaha... many other motorcycle. The BS battery works great after rectifier install, the bike smoother, all pump sound silently.
https://www.aliexpress.com/item-img/...b206486z5tocK#

Just share, in case someone get no support like me.
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Thank you for sharing. Is this plug-in and go, or did you need to adapt it to connect? It seems that the 'old Italian electrics' inadequacies are still present...
Actually, looking for the answer as well. Because if confirmed, it may be easier to get this specific part thru a Yamaha dealer than a MV one. And for the old italian electrics inadequacies, be aware that regulator issues are frequent, and not only for italian bikes. In most cases, the issue is likely to come from a lack of cooling rather than electric components issues...

And by the way, it could be worth considering to initiate and maintain a list of components equivalence (If anyone here got a Cagiva Elefant, I know there was some equivalence list maintained in some forums allowing to find components easily)
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It's just plug and play Bumpkin, I checked the max voltage is around 14.4volt at 4-5000rpm.

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@Donsy - what do you think about MVA2017's suggestion? We have a few in Tips - can you add ?

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