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  1. Hey guys, my 1963 KMZ K750 just blew one of the rear light bulbs, but there isn't written anything on them, so I just wanted to ask, if any one of you know what wattage the K750 uses for both the rear and break light, since I can't seem to find anything about it online :/
  2. Going to change generator on Nikita (M72 1953). I have a new G-414 and gaskets for it. Is it anything special to think about when I put the new one in. I remember that I read that SeriousBlack got a problem with hes generator "spinning around". Thanks for any help: //Pete
  3. I am going to change the generator on Nikita (M72 1953) and install an electronic 6v regulator. My problem is that I my English is not good enough to understand the directions I got with the regulator... ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is from the paper I got with the regulator: (I marked the part I don't understand in red) - Our electronic regulators are produced with high quality components and because of this very reliable. - Stable voltage along the whole speed of the alternator. - Very less power consumption. - The alternator reaches its voltage already at lower speed. - Long life and no need of maintenance, no mechanical components build in. - Resistance again for high temperature, vibrations, oil, and humidity. - Easy fitting, exchange of old regulator without mechanical modifications. BEFORE YOU INSTALL: - Read this instruction completely. - Before you start, try to understand all steps of this instruction. INSTALLATION: - Disconnect battery. - Remove cover and old regulator. - There is one resistor-coil between ground (connected at minus brush) and generator field (connected at DF of regulator), this is not needed any more, please disconnect this resistor at DF or the minus brush. (if you don’t disconnect that resistor-coil this will damage the regulator) - Fix the regulator. - YELLOW cable must be connected with DF of generator. - BROWN cable must be connected with ground (with one screw which is used to fix the regulator itself). - RED cable must be connect with 30/51 of the generator (this is equal „plus „ of battery). - BLUE cable must be connected with plus brush connector (from here go to D+/61, loading control lamp). - Connect battery again. IMPORTANT: now connect 51 and D+/61 of generator for a few seconds ATTENTION: connect battery always correctly, don’t run generator without battery (all this can damage the regulator) TECHNICAL DATA: voltage 6V: max. current 20 A protected for max. 100 V induction voltages CONNECTORS: YELLOW = DF field BROWN = ground RED = 30/51 + battery BLUE = D+/61 + generator The controller is adjusted for the optimum charging voltage and requires no further adjustment. The controller can be set only with relevant equipment by a professional workshop. There is no warranty given for damages caused by an incorrect setting. WE WISH, YOU WILL HAVE ALWAYS A GOOD AND SAFE RIDE WITH ----------------------------------------- Please help me understand so I don't waste a new regulator... //Pete
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