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  • S90 & CT90 3 Wire Rectifier

    S90 3 wire in-the-frame

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: male terminal
  • Honda CB125s Rectifier
    Female Plastic Connector with Male Terminals Jon Pardue designed this for riders who wish to bolt on one last rectifier, then forget about it forever. If you ride one of these bikes like your life depends on it to stay running, then your spirit is captured in this rectifier. This rectifier is built to be water tight, corrosion proof, and nearly bullet proof. Its got the strongest, highest specifications parts I can locate. Low cost is not the object, highest quality is all that matters here. The wires exit the rectifier at 90 degrees to the bolt hole, just like the OEM Honda part. There are no wires to snag, become unplugged, hang down, dangle, corrode, loosen, weaken, lose grip, or short out on nearby metal components. Nowadays electrical parts have almost no warranty, no support, and no explanation. We take things differently. If you can break this, send it back with the story of how you did it, and it gets replaced. It may even make it to our “Hall of Blame” which is an almost empty place.
  • Honda CB125s Rectifier
    Female Plastic Connector with Male Terminals Jon Pardue designed this for riders who wish to bolt on one last rectifier, then forget about it forever. If you ride one of these bikes like your life depends on it to stay running, then your spirit is captured in this rectifier. This rectifier is built to be water tight, corrosion proof, and nearly bullet proof. Its got the strongest, highest specifications parts I can locate. Low cost is not the object, highest quality is all that matters here. The wires exit the rectifier at 90 degrees to the bolt hole, just like the OEM Honda part. There are no wires to snag, become unplugged, hang down, dangle, corrode, loosen, weaken, lose grip, or short out on nearby metal components. Nowadays electrical parts have almost no warranty, no support, and no explanation. We take things differently. If you can break this, send it back with the story of how you did it, and it gets replaced. It may even make it to our “Hall of Blame” which is an almost empty place.
  • Jon Pardue designed this for riders who wish to bolt on one last rectifier, then forget about it forever. If you ride one of these bikes like your life depends on it to stay running, then your spirit is captured in this rectifier. This rectifier is built to be water tight, corrosion proof, and nearly bullet proof. Its got the strongest, highest specifications parts I can locate. Low cost is not the object, highest quality is all that matters here. The wires exit the rectifier at 90 degrees to the bolt hole, just like the OEM Honda part. There are no wires to snag, become unplugged, hang down, dangle, corrode, loosen, weaken, lose grip, or short out on nearby metal components. Nowadays electrical parts have almost no warranty, no support, and no explanation. We take things differently. If you can break this, send it back with the story of how you did it, and it gets replaced. It may even make it to our “Hall of Blame” which is an almost empty place.
  • My 1980 XL500S taught me right away, you want to kick start it wearing boots.  I used to tell friends that wanted to give it a go, if you can start it, ride it all you want. If the battery is not viable or missing, lighting Voltage will skyrocket. Bulbs blow, especially the expensive headlight bulb. Once the bike can blow one bulb, the rest will blow in rapid succession. For an unknown reason some Hondas begin producing excess headlight Voltage with age. The problem is in the stator.  Its a mystery exactly why, even after unwinding several stators. This can happen on bikes that have been OK, and some bikes were shipped this way. Even with a viable battery and all bulbs intact, headlight Voltage is too high. After years of working with these problems, Jon designed a special Voltage regulator to control the excess Volts to help prevent headlight and bulb failures. The device is ruggedized, waterproof, and plugs in. Installation is simple. Wires and connectors are color matched. The regulator plugs in without modifications to your Honda’s wiring harness.  It fits inside the headlight bucket on some models, and just outide it on the versions with the compact headlight housing. Thanks to Eagle-Eyed customer Wayne for catching an error in the instructions about the ground wire in July of 2014.  Made the correction! The Pardue Brothers have designed and tested this device to destruction, and it has earned our seal of approval. We hope it rates as a quality item that Soichiro Honda would have approved of.  The device plugs in, and is simple to install even for those with no wiring experience.
  • If for any reason the battery is not viable or missing, lighting Voltage will skyrocket. Bulbs blow, especially the expensive headlight bulb. Once one bulb blows, the rest will blow in rapid succession. For some unknown reason, with age some Hondas begin producing excess headlight Voltage. Its a mystery why, even after unwinding several stators. This happens on bikes that have been just fine. Even with a viable battery and all bulbs intact, the Voltage is suddenly too high. After years of working with these problems, Jon designed a special Voltage regulator to control the excess Volts and prevent headlight and bulb failures. The device is ruggedized, waterproof, and plugs in. Installation is simple. Wires and connectors are color matched. The regulator plugs in without modifications to your Honda’s wiring harness, and fits under the handlebar cover. July 12, 2014: Eagle-Eyed customer Wayne caught a ground wire error in the instructions… thanks! The Pardue Brothers have designed and tested this device to destruction, and it has earned our seal of approval. We hope it rates as a quality item that Soichiro Honda would have approved of. While the device is simple to install, we recognize that not everyone has extensive wiring experience. The instructions will guide you step by step thru the simple installation inside the handlebar cover.
  • For the Honda XL250 owners: At this time I make each of these regulators custom and I am still gathering information to develop a "Stock" part for this motorcycle. Please contact me here so I can get the information needed to send you a custom part with the wires and connectors you need for your specific bike. Check out this blog post if you would like to see how this part may fit your bike. For some unknown reason, many of the older Honda 6 volt motorcycles generate excess headlight Voltage. Some bikes did it brand new. Some develop the problem over time, and a few never do it. The exact cause is a mystery but is definitely a dynamo stator problem. The stator is a complex series of copper windings on a six-pole laminated steel core, similar to an alternator. After unwinding and investigating several stators, it appears the insulation deep in the copper windings changes, making connections Honda never intended . Result, too much headlight Voltage. Good news, stators rarely fail to produce enough power, or outright fail. After years of working with these problems, we designed a special Voltage regulator to control the excess Volts and help prevent headlight bulb failures. The device is ruggedized, waterproof, and plugs in to the stock Honda wiring without any modifications. Installation is simple. Wires and connectors are color matched.
  • CD90 3 wire in-the-frame

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: female terminal
  • CD90 4 wire in-the-frame

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: female terminal
    • Green: male terminal
  • CL90 3 wire in-the-frame

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: female terminal
  • CL90 4 wire in-the-frame

      • Yellow: male terminal
      • Red/White: male terminal
      • Pink: female terminal
      • Green: male terminal
  • CT90 3 wire in-the-frame with short wires (fits the K0)

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: male terminal
  • CT90 4 wire in-the-frame with short wires

    • Yellow: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: male terminal
    • Green: female terminal
  • CT110 4 wire under-the-frame with long wires
    • White: male terminal
    • Red/White: male terminal
    • Pink: male terminal
    • Green: female terminal
  • DASHERINO HAZBEEP for passing Australian Rego and adding 4 way flashers.  Plug-in-and-ride indicator lamp converter for LED turn signal conversions with beeper and 4-way hazard flasher terminals.  No alterations to factory wiring, unplugs any time.  Sealed device fits in the headlight bucket.  Color-matched wires and terminals fit your Honda. Plug In and Ride installation requires no modifications to the stock wiring. Removeable.
  • STARTERINO electric start booster for Honda C70 6 Volt bikes.  Plug-in-and-ride solution installs with a bolt and 4 color-matched connectors.  Nothing to build and no modifications to the bike.  Installs with a 10mm wrench in a few minutes.  LED status lights for troubleshooting and verification it works. Years in the making and testing, designed, assembled and tested by Jon Pardue in the USA for the 6 Volt C70 Honda Cub & Passport.  Other bikes and fitment, inquire. Just.  Make.  It.  Start.   STARTERINO!  

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