Earlier motorcycles were often fitted with 6 Volt, 3 phase stators. These can easily be converted to a 12 Volt, single phase stator. All it takes is a simple wiring modification: http://lambertsbikes.com/motorcycle-regulator-rectifers/6-volt-12-volt-stator-conversion/
Caution, there is a potentially fatal current flow in an electric starter circuit. Become confident that this one is wired up properly with these starter relay wiring diagrams: http://lambertsbikes.com/starter-relay-wiring-diagrams/
And the expansion goes on…This time we’re looking at relay wiring diagrams. Aimed at motorcycles, but they’re also perfect for cars, vans, trucks and more. http://lambertsbikes.com/indicator-relay-wiring-diagrams/
Have you ever wondered how to test a regulator rectifier? Wonder no more! I’ve packed everything you could have possibly pondered over into this complete testing guide: http://lambertsbikes.com/motorcycle-regulator-rectifers/testing/
Stepping it up with some technical guidance. Just published a complete technical guide to motorcycle regulator rectifiers: http://lambertsbikes.com/motorcycle-regulator-rectifers/regulator-rectifier-technical-guide/
Another set of motorcycle wiring diagrams. This time it’s ignition switches. There’s seems to be loads more than here than I remember drawing. http://lambertsbikes.com/motorcycle-ignition-switch-wiring-diagrams/
So that’s it, it’s official. The first set of wiring diagrams are now published. And where better to start, than the humble motorcycle regulator rectifier. http://lambertsbikes.com/motorcycle-regulator-rectifers/regulator-rectifier-wiring-diagrams/
First Steps This is LambertsBikes.com. At the start of a new mission. Taking our very first steps. To become the largest motorcycle knowledge base on the planet… Period. This is just the beginning.