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  1. #1 Worrying the three phase stator to a rectifier 
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    Hi
    I have swapped engine in my bike and me engine is dc cdi and it's stator has 12 poles coils.
    It had 3 wires coming from its stator yellow color and two words from the pulsar coil. The yellow wires were slightly short and brittle so I replaced them.

    No I have brought a 3 phase regulator. The regulator has two connectors each had three wires
    One g connector has 3 yellow wires and other has o one green one red one black.


    Can I connect any yellow to any yellow or thos had to be specific? In that case I would need to know how to trace the wires.


    Earlier I connected the three wires to charger rectifier and didn't connected its other cables to battery and as soon as I revved the engine the rectified blasted probable its capacitor.. What could be the reason for that too?

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    These are the wires coming off of my rectifier regulator.

    What pa the black cable for?

    Can I connect any yellow wire from stator to any yellow wire from the regulator as I do not have the connector on the stator.


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  3. #3 Re: Worrying the three phase stator to a rectifier 
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  4. #4 Re: Worrying the three phase stator to a rectifier 
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    Use translate app (moile)/ Copyfish https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyfish (PC...) for the text inside images http://www.sanxin.com.cn/Exhibit/exhview.asp?pid=44
    IN1/2/3 doesn't matter which is which !!! -U can tell already by stator's ohm reading. 3 wires are joined together...
    Black is called as "control" line which samples the voltage. If u do something stupid, it may boils the battery ... Example: http://do.ejdz.cn:8087/%E6%91%A9%E6%...3%E5%9B%BE.gif
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  5. #5 Re: Worrying the three phase stator to a rectifier 
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    Quote Originally Posted by humanbeing View Post
    Use translate app (moile)/ Copyfish https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyfish (PC...) for the text inside images http://www.sanxin.com.cn/Exhibit/exhview.asp?pid=44
    IN1/2/3 doesn't matter which is which !!! -U can tell already by stator's ohm reading. 3 wires are joined together...
    Black is called as "control" line which samples the voltage. If u do something stupid, it may boils the battery ... Example: http://do.ejdz.cn:8087/%E6%91%A9%E6%...3%E5%9B%BE.gif
    REd + out
    green -



    Is the black wire input or output wire?
    Is it regulates current output of stator?

    Any detail description of this wire function?
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