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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    Here’s one way to route the wiring for the 150 xc to charge any 12v battery. This design incorporates the start of the TT ac regulator wiring diagram and a basic charging and lighting wiring diagram after the bridge rectifier. Both the lines after the TT ac regulator are input into the ac pegs of the bridge rectifier. The bridge rectifier changes the ac charges into positive and negative dc charges
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    The stator is putting out 12v ac at idle with a max of 40v ac at rev. I find your statement hard to believe as this video of my exact same bike shows otherwise. Can you explain to me how he did this? He also includes a wiring diagram in the description. Thanks guys I really appreciate the amazing help!
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    If a stator has an output voltage that changes rapidly between approximately 11.4 to 12.7 ac, turned to dc would it be fine charging a 12 v battery. Could it be potentially dangerous for the stator?
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    Ktm 150sx For woods?

    I have a 150 xc, somewhat comparable to the present 150 xc-w but more relative to the 150 sx. Friend has a 150 sx that I have ridden as well but nothing is as good as racing the good old ktm 150 cross country models;)
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    So all you did was find the other end of the wire in the coil of the stator and pulled it out of the stator housing following the other leads path? So no grounding what so ever?
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    I am converting the ac output to dc so I can charge a battery with the power. The battery will then connect to the lights.
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    How do I internally ground the stator? I know the reg/rec must be isolated but I still don’t understand how I get two leads from one. The reg/rec requires two as you can see... Here’s a PDF from trail tech
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    Trail tech regulator/rectifier

    I’m using the trail tech regulator/rectifier to covert the ac voltage coming from my stator to 12v dc to charge an onboard battery. The reg/rec requires two lighting leads coming from the stator, hence my problem being that I only have one. How does one split one lighting lead into two? I heard from a friend that you must splice the single lead into two and ground one of them. Is this true?
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    Adding led’s

    Looking to add two 18 watt led pods to my bike but I don’t know how many amps the stator can withstand. The bike runs 12v ac at idle and 40v max. I’m adding in a 36v 22000 microfarad capacitor and I know I need a voltage regulator and bridge rectifier but how do I tell how many amps the stator can withstand? By the way, each led pod needs 1.5 amps making for a total of 3 amps.
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    Adding led’s

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    Adding led’s

    I have a ktm 150xc that I’d love to get some led light pods mounted onto. I have an average of 12v ac current coming out of the stator at idle, and a max of 40v ac. I know I have to add a voltage regulator and rectifier but the plan was to add two 18 watt 12v led pods making for an overall amperage of 3 amps. I have absolutely no clue if this is too much for the stator or not, how can I find out, can anyone help me? Thanks
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    KTM 150 xc/sx electrical

    I’m looking to get a capacitor for my 14’ 150 xc. Anyone know what size of capacitor I should be using for a DC current of about 10-12 volts? Could I use one anywhere from 60,000-73,000 microfarads? It’s being used to power a 12v halogen light.
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    KTM 65sx fouling spark plugs?

    I had the same problem. Run 50:1, lean out the carb slightly, run fully synthetic oil, supreme gas, and switch to a hotter plug like mentioned above. Do the plugs look totally black and covered with oil? Will the bike idle normally? Mid to high revs sound alright?
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    Spark plug crystals on insulator?

    After I took the spark plug out they were easy to wipe off
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    Spark plug crystals on insulator?

    I was pulling out the spark plug on my 14’ Ktm 150 xc to check it as I had just tweaked the jetting the other day as the temperature outside is currently averaging -10 degrees Celsius. The bike seemed to be running great after I tweaked it yesterday. Today however, after sitting over night the spark plug had small spaced out spiky crystals on the insulator. The temperature can dip down to -20 to -30 degrees. Bike sits in my shed by the way. What are the crystals? Could it possibly be small amounts of frozen water? I forgot to take a picture of it before I wiped the insulator off.
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