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[Enfield] Re: alternators

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  • Ronnie Jacob
    Terry, The Rita sounds interesting. It will cost me about Rupees 12,000/- atleast, i.e., not including the customs, excise and other duties. But, I will look
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 1999
      Terry,

      The Rita sounds interesting. It will cost me about Rupees 12,000/- atleast, i.e., not including the customs, excise and other duties. But, I will look around locally to see if there is something similar.

      Like you said, it would be so much more convenient if it was just a bolt on job.

      Ronnie
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      On Tue, 31 Aug 1999 09:00:47 Terry Smith wrote:
      >Ronnie,
      >
      >I understand your problem about seeing at night in India. I have
      >ridden in India and as you say it is quite dangerous and the roads
      >are not lit up very well. Just a note for you: maximum charging volts
      >should be 15.5 volts according to the workshop manual. You may be
      >overcharging your battery.
      >
      >There is an alternator made by "Rita" that is a high output unit. I
      >don't know if it available in India but you may want to check around
      >some of the British bike shops and see if such a thing is available.
      >It is quite expensive though. The cost here in Canadian dollars is
      >$467.00. This alternator will bolt right into place without having to
      >hack up your bike.
      >
      >Regards
      >Terry
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