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Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

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Aftermarket voltage regulator mount was created by nhsteve

Got a voltage regulator for the DT360A I rebuilt a few years ago as the factory did not include on at this point of development (they did later). I followed the service bulletin posted elsewhere on this site. Seems to work as desired. It is wired into the blue lead(s) for the mater indicator lights so affect the over=voltage only when the lights are 'on'. I did not make a measurement of the cutoff point but will try to get that when I get the bike back out this spring. 

This whole post is my first attempt at using imgur to post up photos, so please be patient with me! 

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11 Feb 2024 08:23 #1

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Replied by nhsteve on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

Well, I see the pics posted up so that makes me happy, but I didn't realize they would post the entire page with all the extraneous links, etc. Would like to just post up the photos.

Any clues from other users?

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Replied by MarkT on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

If you're using a computer you can actually use the "bbcode" and insert the picture.  From a phone app or browser I guess you don't have that option. 
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Replied by Schu on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

I only see two photos when I click on your link.
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Replied by nhsteve on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

Thanks to both of you. Not quite sure what a "bbcode" is but I will look. There are only 2 photos. I didn't want to load some file up with pics and then either be unable to post up or otherwise mess things up.

So, you see just the photos, and not the whole imgur webpage?
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Replied by MarkT on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

I see the whole webpage with links to other places/photos

Here's an old post that shows how to find bbcode from your Imgur "images" page.

yamaha-enduros.com/index.php/forum/74-76...2-dt250a-tank#168421

 
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Replied by MarkT on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

They have changed the process of uploading a little...  when you upload an image, now they take right to the page where you can add a title and description, etc and then post it.  Instead of doing that, go to your username (upper right in Firefox), click on it, and select "images" from the menu. 

From there you can click on photo and get the bbcode same as before.  I copied your first photo into my images on Imgur and will insert it below.

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Replied by Tom P on topic Aftermarket voltage regulator mount

That looks like a great spot to put it. I originally fastened mine to the frame, above the coil, but found it was rubbing the tank a bit, so I bent a bracket to locate it directly under the top tube.

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