Regulator 6 volt Universal.
This is a real regulator and no resistor so you still have strong lights even at low RPM.
THIS IS JUST A REGULATOR FOR THE STATOR'S AC CURRENT GOING TO THE HEADLIGHT (DIMMER_SWITCH).
CT110 owner's Question:
Thanks for the quick reply. Just so I am clear, please comment on several things for me. You said "well you shouldn't need it". Are you saying that I have another problem that needs to be addressed, because your info regarding this regulator seems to insinuate that CT110 owners need this to quit blowing headlight bulbs?
well CT110's all have a high output stator (compaired to CT90's) and if the original rectifier is bad or has a bad connection, they tend to send large voltage surges to the headlight circut, (yellow_wire) which blows/burns out headlight bulbs. but by using the 95Q regulator if it does send too much voltage it is diverted back to the frame.
Your description of regulator #95Q indicates that it is for use with "CDI type stators" My 81 CT110 has points and does not have CDI, so will this regulator #95Q work properly with my bike?
yes it don't matter if it is CDI or points
IF YOU HAVE A 6V BATTERY YOU WILL STILL NEED THE BIKES STOCK
RECTIFIER IN LINE BEFORE JUICE GETS TO THE BATTERY!!!!!!
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