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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-11-2019, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
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Rectifier/Regulator SH847 14-004H

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05 Thruxton - Lithium-ion battery (Antigravity 8), LEDs throughout old wire harness removed and rewired except for R/R and stator.
Current discussing this with a very helpful vender, roadstercycle.com and am close to pulling the trigger and going with the SH847. Regarding the rewire, was planning to run the 3 stator wires from the R/R plug and inline soldering to the existing stator wiring to eliminate what would be a second connector. Then the +ve wire via from the R/R connector via a 30a inline fuse and earth to -ve terminal on battery.
Am I on the right track with this, or has anyone else tried similar, any input greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Edit: added the wiring diagram from the site.
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Edit: added the wiring diagram from the site.
That is how I did my FH012 regulator, you're on the right lines
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When I changed over to the FH020AA R/R regulator (same wire ends as the SH847) from roadster cycle, I relocated it to under the swing arm, with fabricated bracket. If you get the Triumph #T2500675 wiring harness adapter, about $10.00 US, it will plug into the alt wiring at the right front of the seat. You will loose the carb heaters if you do this, it bypasses them. Cut off the 4 wire battery connector and connect the neg to neg battery and add two 25 amp fuses parallel to the + cables to the battery or get the MAXI fuse or circuit braker from Roadster cycle. Also there is room under the seat. If you chose to mount it up front it is not plug and play but I would still suggest you look at the T2500675 harness to build from.
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That is how I did my FH012 regulator, you're on the right lines
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When I changed over to the FH020AA R/R regulator (same wire ends as the SH847) from roadster cycle, I relocated it to under the swing arm, with fabricated bracket. If you get the Triumph #T2500675 wiring harness adapter, about $10.00 US, it will plug into the alt wiring at the right front of the seat. You will loose the carb heaters if you do this, it bypasses them. Cut off the 4 wire battery connector and connect the neg to neg battery and add two 25 amp fuses parallel to the + cables to the battery or get the MAXI fuse or circuit braker from Roadster cycle. Also there is room under the seat. If you chose to mount it up front it is not plug and play but I would still suggest you look at the T2500675 harness to build from.
Yeah they are big in size and my location preference is back on the frame (old horn spot) but I did not consider under the swingarm, I ll think about that.
Ive rewired the bike (with expert guidance from H3CT1C) so that allows me to bypass the existing connectors if the new cables are long enough and also already eliminated the carby heaters.
Starting to consider more smaller options as the 14_009H (Hot Shot from Ricks Electrics) has been discussed here.
Thanks for the reply

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I am a huge advocate for the SH847 - probably the first person on the planet to install one on a bike other than the OEM DL1000A.

But honestly, for a Twin I think it is way overkill - Stators failures are EXTREMELY rare on the twins, so don't think it is really necessary.
And if you really want Series, consider an SH775 which should be excellent for that application.
Or simply go with a smaller MOSFET - particularly an FH008 (Mid 'Naughties Honda 600/1000) which you can easily relocate to a location that does not require serious airflow.
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I am a huge advocate for the SH847 - probably the first person on the planet to install one on a bike other than the OEM DL1000A.

But honestly, for a Twin I think it is way overkill - Stators failures are EXTREMELY rare on the twins, so don't think it is really necessary.
And if you really want Series, consider an SH775 which should be excellent for that application.
Or simply go with a smaller MOSFET - particularly an FH008 (Mid 'Naughties Honda 600/1000) which you can easily relocate to a location that does not require serious airflow.
Thanks for the reply. I did read your thread on the 847, thats where I was heading until I seen the size of the unit.
From the google images, the FH008 looks more the size I am after, But is this still suitable with the modifications (Lithium ion and LEDs throughout) and already have the wiring altered with a 30a inline fuse back to +ve and dedicated earth.
Still will leave it mounted up front on frame as I kind of like the look as I had the OEM gloss back with filed fins.
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Yes, I'm sure it will work really well for your application
The Lithium doesn't make a lot of difference - in your case you are actually reducing the bike's load (i.e. the supplied current to the bike), so the Regulator will actually shunt a bit more than it would with std incandescents. But that unit should still be just fine.

If you can find one, get the 06-07 Honda 1000 one essentially same device as the 600, but it only has a single plus and minus output vs the 600's which have 2 of each - much easier to integrate the 1000
Of course you need to install the appropriate connectors
(Just be careful of knock-offs)

Here's a few in US in decent shape at decent prices

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2006-2007-H...cAAOSwCr1c8B4G

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2006-2007-H...gAAOSwWM1c8SqQ

https://www.ebay.com/itm/04-07-HONDA...AAAOSwxzBc2yNs

If you want to buy new - I haven't personally used Rick's HotShot Regulators but they seem to get good reviews - certainly their customer service is fabulous and their stators are the best after-market available. On the subject of Customer Service, if you ask, I bet they would put whatever connector(s) you want on there for you.
That part would appear to be a 10-159 for the Honda - their specified replacement for the Triumph is actually a different model.
(Obviously the Honda is a already an OEM MOSFET, while the Triumph is replacing an OEM SCR module, so not a direct 'type' replacement)
You can ask them how their specs compare.
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Many thanks, actually getting a tad confused on how far ($$$) I needed to go with this, so your advise is greatly appreciated.
I contacted Ricks regarding the 10-004H and their reply was ďThe 10-004H is not compatible with a Lith Ion type battery. I am checking to see if we can build one for youĒ. I questioned that as thereís plenty of lithium/led bikes out there and members here also have this unit. Iíll follow up again.
Re the FH008, there are a few different model numbers AB, EJ, EC, ED and EE and the links highlight the EE. It suits all my needs and Iíll source a 5 pin connector for upfront and maybe consider cutting out the rear plug. Run 3x12 gauge all the way, as my new wiring is contained in a split loom weave type wrap thatís easy to access.
Iíll contact Ricks again and a local shop for the FH-008EE and compare.
Again thanks for the assistance.
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