Classic Motorcycle Mechanics

Regulator/ rectifiers

If you’ve ever owned a 1990s Honda CBR, VFR, CB or VTR, you may well have experienced an electrical meltdown; a well-known weak spot on these otherwise solid machines.

We put this issue out to our 100,000-strong Facebook page audience and asked if you (dear reader) could offer any pearls of wisdom on the subject. Like previous times that we’ve asked the big question, you didn’t disappoint us with your interaction.

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