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929RR RR Relocation?

Anyone on here relocate their RR so that the air can get to it? I've fried another RR in only 2 months. It's either got to have a bad ground somewhere or it's just getting too hot. Any ideas?
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

Buy a Shindengen Mosfet FHO 12AA & mount it in the trunk. I used 2" angle alum. One bolt to the pillion seat bracket needs to be longer & another bolt through the RR to the alum. bracket you'll make keeps the rr in place.
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

Do you think mounting it in the trunk will make much of a difference over in the tail? I was thinking about mounting it further down the frame under the seat on the left side.. that way it is exposed to the outside. And the air will run over it.
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

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Anyone on here relocate their RR so that the air can get to it? I've fried another RR in only 2 months. It's either got to have a bad ground somewhere or it's just getting too hot. Any ideas?

There is a third option, OEM Honda regulators and stators are junk.

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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

Google the Shindengen you'll see Roadstercycle.com they sell them. They are a little longer than a stock RR so it will not fit where the stock RR is mounted,due to a wire connector. The Mosfet just doesn't get hot...There's a load of post on other sports bike sites about them.
I mounted my in the trunk because it was the easiest place to mount it,wired it with enough wire so I can unbolt it & take it out of the trunk with out disconnecting any wire. It's mounted in almost the same area of the stock location except flat to the inside of the trunk With a 1/2" x 1/2" x 4" alum. angle under the RR. If I had a camera or even a cel Ph. I'd post a pic. You can use the stock wire connector to the stator.

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That seems to be true Bladeracer...The Mosfet RR has half the problem solved now if we could find good Stators,the more I read I'm thinking the RR's goes first then the Stator fail,no place for the volts/amp's to go. It's hard to believe how cool the Mosfet run.
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

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There is a third option, OEM Honda regulators and stators are junk.
It wasn't even a oem one the failed this time. I had a ricks Motorsport rr and stator.


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Google the Shindengen you'll see Roadstercycle.com they sell them. They are a little longer than a stock RR so it will not fit where the stock RR is mounted,due to a wire connector. The Mosfet just doesn't get hot...There's a load of post on other sports bike sites about them.
I mounted my in the trunk because it was the easiest place to mount it,wired it with enough wire so I can unbolt it & take it out of the trunk with out disconnecting any wire. It's mounted in almost the same area of the stock location except flat to the inside of the trunk With a 1/2" x 1/2" x 4" alum. angle under the RR. If I had a camera or even a cel Ph. I'd post a pic. You can use the stock wire connector to the stator.
I did a lot of reading last night on it. I'll prob break down and get one.
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

In the mean-time, you can always put a sealed bearing PC fan over it, as they run on 12volts too. Get a Delta if you can - those things push enough air to practically move the bike forward itself

If the bike isn't braking properly, you don't start by rebuilding the engine.
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

You wont go wrong!
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

If you can get pictures of how u installed yours I'd greatly appreciate it!
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

And also if I'm looking at it right.. The new harness that plugs into the RR that run's to the battery, does that completely bypass the stock harness plug in and hood straight to the battery?
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Re: 929RR RR Relocation?

Already ordered and have a tracking number. Where did you put yours at?
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