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Volt Tech 12v generator with end mounted regulator

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haggis
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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by haggis » Thu Jan 22, 2004 3:09 am

Son of a bitch!!!!
The generator is on back order!!!! :evil:
that just ticks me off!!!! Was planning on mounting it this weekend...Hi Vintage Twin does Zoom have one hanging around ' cause Tedds is out!! Haggis
P.S. How can I give you guys a good report if I cant even get my hands on one....



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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by Cotten » Thu Jan 22, 2004 3:21 am

Your local aftermarket dealer refuses to order from CycleElectric direct?

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by weezeo » Thu Jan 22, 2004 3:47 am

I just purchased a Cycle Electric generator, it says 65A - 12V
on the box it says E7B ..Is this a low or high output job. I always ran a FRANKS and never had a problem(20+yrs) now am going to also run a Magneto. Do I have the right Generator. I live where its always warm and a Lights on State. I also change Bat every year, wether needs it or not Thanks for info. ???

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by Sidecar » Thu Jan 22, 2004 2:19 pm

Tedd's, my favorite place. Yeah, right !!!!!!
Did they lie to ya like they did to me ????
Yep. The stuff was stock when I ordered it. 5 months later I was buying the stuff from other places.

The Genny shouldn't take long though.

Cotten has it covered !!!

Good luck.

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by weezeo » Thu Jan 22, 2004 10:13 pm

I ordered mine directly from Superior over the phone was here in 7 days, new gennie and o-ring chain. the gen was $150.00 Good Luck

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by Billy » Mon Jul 19, 2004 5:50 am

PhilB,

This is the thread you should read.

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by IRon » Fri Aug 27, 2004 5:07 pm

AGM Batteries for Panheads with 12V Conversion

How about the AGM Absorbed Glass Mat type batteries? Anyone run one of these? Batteries-Plus sells a12V, 6or7 amp battery (called Extreme) that fits in the oil tank and is (supposedly) designed for high temps...

...Just wondering if anyone has any experience.

Iron

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by kell » Mon Aug 30, 2004 6:19 am

In my bike I use whatever cheap "gel" cell I can get. Although from a conversation I had with an enigineer, battery technology has advanced some and there are few of them old gel type any more. I guess glass mat is the new version.
I would say go for the glass mat type battery. The only thing it might not have the @$$ to crank a starter.
Keep in mind that voltage regulators come in high and low output, for the size of the battery.

VT

Re: Volt Tech generator

#24

Post by VT » Mon Aug 30, 2004 2:28 pm

Haggis, Have your dealer call Cycle Electric. I have one new CE 6 volt gen. in stock, but I need it for back-up.

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Re: Volt Tech generator

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Post by IRon » Wed Sep 15, 2004 7:14 pm

Extreme - AGM Battery

So far so good. About 400 miles later - no problem - kick only though, I don't have one of them "lectric legs"

*Batteries-Plus sells a12V, 6or7 amp battery (called Extreme) that fits in the oil tank and is (supposedly) designed for high temps...*

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